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Who Gets To Make Decisions For A Child If The Parents Have Shared Legal Custody?
Today, many parents are concerned about making the right decisions for their child when it comes to things like education, extracurricular activities, religion and medical treatment. But who makes decisions for your child when you share custody with your ex? This is a common question, and it can become complicated very quickly. Legal Custody… Read More »
How Quick Is A Georgia Divorce?
When many spouses divorce in Georgia, their goal is to resolve the legal process as quickly as possible. This is understandable, especially if spouses were struggling with difficult marriages – perhaps involving misconduct, abuse, and other problems. But how long will your divorce take in Georgia? What is the quickest possible divorce? How do… Read More »
Georgia Super Lawyers Recognizes 5 Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French Family Law Attorneys in 2023
Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French Family Law is pleased to announce 4 of its attorneys have been included in the 2023 Super Lawyers list for Georgia and 1 attorney has been recognized as 2023 Rising Star. In addition 3 attorneys have been included in the Georgia Super Lawyers Top 50 Women Attorneys and 1 attorney… Read More »
Kaye, Lembeck Among Top 50 Women Super Lawyers
Amy Kaye and Alyson Lembeck were recently named to the 2023 Top 50 Women Super Lawyers in Georgia. The article below appeared in the March 2, 2023 edition of the Atlanta Jewish Times. Amy Kaye and Alyson Lembeck of Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French Family Law, were recently named to the 2023 Top 50… Read More »
How To Live In The Same House As Your Spouse During The Divorce
For most married people in the Atlanta area who are considering divorce, it is important to live apart from one another during and after the divorce process. A separation may mean that one party moves out of the shared marital home while the other party remains. Alternatively, both spouses may move out of the… Read More »
Steps For Obtaining Child Support
Child support is critical for kids in Georgia, and it is important for parents to understand how their child support obligations work. Like many other states, Georgia uses an “income shares” model to calculate child support, which means that both parents are responsible for a portion of the child support obligation. The court determines… Read More »
How To Identify The Best Interests Of The Child
When you are planning for a child custody case in Georgia, or if you are in the early stages of a child custody case in the Atlanta area, it is essential to know that child custody will ultimately be decided based on what is in the best interests of the child (or the children)…. Read More »
Preparing For A Contested Divorce
Getting ready for any type of divorce takes significant planning and a clear understanding of how divorce law works in Georgia. Yet it is critical to understand that preparing for a contested divorce can be significantly more complex than preparing for an uncontested divorce. With a contested divorce, you could be facing one or… Read More »
Alyson Lembeck Part of Panel Discussion on Advance Strategies for Mediation at Cobb County Family Law Section Meeting
Alyson Lembeck will share her knowledge as a seasoned mediator as part of a panel discussion moderated by Diane Woods on Advance Strategies for Mediation. This panel discussion will take place at the Cobb County Family Law Section meeting on January 18th, 12 pm at the Piastra.
Steps To Modify Your Family Law Order
Going through a divorce or another family law issue in Georgia is often difficult and complex, and ideally, you will not need to return to court once your case is finalized and a court order is in place. Sometimes, however, issues can arise after a divorce or child custody case is finalized that may… Read More »