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Finding Common Ground During A Georgia Divorce

By The Solomon Firm LLC |

Uncontested divorces are an option when individuals are able to cooperatively agree on the terms of the divorce. If this is an option for you, it could be a path to a faster divorce that is inexpensive and results in less stress. But of course, there are times when there are areas of dispute…. Read More »

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Why Have My Child Support Payments Stopped?

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The financial implications of a divorce can be stressful. If there are children, the custodial parent will often be awarded child support payments. When they are, it is common for those parents to rely on payments. The regular payments become part of their standard household budget and are needed in order for them to… Read More »

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Financial Changes After A Divorce

By The Solomon Firm LLC |

Divorce impacts many areas of a person’s life, including relationships with friends, family bonds, and finances. While you can’t plan for every change, there are steps you can take to fortify your financial future. For example, when you forecast a household budget that will allow you to thrive as a single adult, you can… Read More »

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Hiding Georgia Assets And Divorce

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Over the course of your marriage, it is possible either you or your spouse was in charge of the family finances, such as paying bills and making retirement planning decisions. While this arrangement can make sense when a marriage is going well, there can be arguments when a marriage is dissolving. After all, one… Read More »

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Termination Of Parental Rights

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There are two ways a parents’ rights to their children may be terminated permanently: voluntary termination and involuntary termination. While both types occur in different ways, the result in both circumstances is the inability of the parent to see their child again or have any rights or decision-making authority with respect to their children…. Read More »

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Online Behavior To Avoid During Your Divorce

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If you are in the process of a divorce in the state of Georgia, what you tweet, post, and include in your pictures on social media could be used against you. Research shows that 81% of divorce attorneys were successful in finding evidence worth presenting in court in a divorce proceeding. Evidence of character… Read More »

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Does It Matter Where You File For Military Divorce?

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The state of Georgia is home to many military and service members who proudly protect and defend our nation. Military life is challenging with constant moves, unpredictable work shifts, and the possibility for deployments. Marriages can be difficult under any circumstances but military marriages face more adversity given their unique situations. If spouses decide… Read More »

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Dividing A Medical Practice In A Divorce

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If you have worked hard as a medical professional to build your own practice, you may have extra concerns as you begin the divorce process. You may know that a typical divorce will divide marital assets, which will include your medical practice. However, as a doctor, chiropractor, dentist or another medical professional, you have… Read More »

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Special Needs Children and Custody

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Divorces always involve emotional and financial challenges. However, when a special needs child is involved in a divorce, both child custody and child support issues can become even more complex. Children with special emotional and physical needs oftentimes require additional care, support, classes, therapy or medical treatment than other children their same age. Therefore,… Read More »

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Engagement Rings

By The Solomon Firm LLC |

Breaking up is hard to do. It is even harder if two people were engaged and preparing for a wedding and the joy of living their lives together. Unfortunately, people do split after becoming engaged and realize that they do not want to spend the rest of their life with the other person. If… Read More »

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