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How To Protect Parental Rights In A Child Custody Case

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Preparing for a child custody case in Georgia can be difficult and complicated, and it is important to do everything you can to put your best foot forward and protect your parental rights. The following are some of the steps you should consider in order to protect those parental rights as you get ready… Read More »

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How To Get A No-Fault Divorce In Georgia

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

When you are considering the possibility of filing for divorce in Georgia, you might be wondering about the steps you will need to take in order to have a no-fault divorce. While many states in the U.S. are strictly no-fault states for divorce purposes, Georgia is not strictly a no-fault divorce state. There is… Read More »

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How To File For A Fault-Based Divorce In Georgia

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Georgia is one of the remaining states in the U.S. that has the option to file for divorce on fault-based grounds. Although many states have shifted to a purely no-fault model, Georgia still permits spouses to file for divorce on fault-based grounds. The “no fault” option in Georgia is actually one of the grounds… Read More »

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How To Plan For A Divorce From A Narcissist

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Going through a divorce is always difficult, even if you are on relatively amicable terms with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. Indeed, even in the best circumstances, there are bound to be emotional highs and lows associated with your divorce, and ending any relationship can be challenging, sad, and complicated. Yet divorcing a narcissist can be… Read More »

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Steps For An Uncontested Georgia Divorce

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

If you are planning to get divorced in Georgia, it may be possible to have the process go more quickly and smoothly if you can have an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce, as opposed to a contested divorce, is one in which the spouses have reached an agreement about all legal matters pertaining to… Read More »

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