Monthly Archives: May 2022
Judges Panel: Supreme Court of Georgia Atlanta Bar’s Continued Access Atlanta Bar Series. The Atlanta Bar Association hosted Justices from Georgia’s Supreme Court on April 26, 2022, for a virtual panel discussion. Justice Charles J. Bethel (Supreme Court of Georgia), Presiding Justice Michael P. Boggs (Supreme Court of Georgia), Justice Verda M. Colvin… Read More »
All our attorneys at KLHF spent time learning family law at the Family Law Institute in Hilton Head, SC.
Premarital agreements in the Atlanta area can allow couples who are planning to get married to reach an agreement about many different issues, including how assets and debts will be divided if they ultimately get divorced, as well as how certain financial matters will be handled during the marriage. Premarital agreements are more commonly… Read More »
There are several reasons that a parent or another person may want to establish paternity. In most cases, establishing paternity is important to a parent who is seeking child support, or to a parent who wants to be eligible for child custody and other parental rights. Adult children also may seek to establish paternity… Read More »
When you are having difficulty reaching an agreement with your spouse about any aspects of your divorce or concerning child custody, family law mediation could be able to help you. While mediation is not right for everybody, and in some cases may be unlikely to improve circumstances, for many couples or individuals involved in… Read More »
Sometimes circumstances can change after a child custody case or a divorce, and one or both of the parents may need to modify child custody or support. While it can often be easier to modify custody when the parents can reach an agreement with one another about modifications, it is certainly still possible to… Read More »