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Preparing For A Contested Divorce

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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 »

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Steps To Take For A Peaceful Divorce

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Going through a divorce under any circumstances is difficult and emotional. This is true regardless of whether you and your spouse have agreed to do your best to cooperate on a range of issues and to have a divorce that is as pain-free and efficient as possible, or you are facing a contentious divorce… Read More »

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How To Serve Divorce Papers In Georgia

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If you are planning to file for divorce, it is important for you to know that you will need to have your spouse served with a copy of the divorce papers. Serving your spouse means that your spouse will receive the divorce papers officially putting your spouse on notice that they have been sued… Read More »

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Steps To Take If You Are Considering A Divorce

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Many people in the Atlanta area find themselves in marriages that are no longer working for a variety of reasons, and they often consider divorce. Yet considering divorce—when you are not quite  certain that you want to divorce your spouse—and actually filing for divorce are two different processes entirely. What should you do if… Read More »

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Divorce And Estate Planning: Steps You Should Take

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

While estate planning itself is something you should discuss with a lawyer who can assist you with various aspects of estate planning, there are a wide variety of estate planning matters that will need to be handled once you decide to file for divorce in Atlanta. Many of these issues can be handled during… 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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How To Avoid Social Media Mistakes In Your Divorce Or Other Family Law Case

By Kaye, Lembeck, Hitt & French |

Whether you are thinking about filing for divorce in Atlanta, have already filed for divorce, or have been served with divorce papers after your spouse filed, it is critical to consider the ways in which social media could impact your divorce or other family law case (like legitimation, alimony, modification, child support enforcement, paternity,… Read More »

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