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Who Gets the Dogs After a Divorce Divorce

Who Gets the Dogs After a Divorce?

For many people, their dog is their best friend. Dogs are incredibly loyal and an important part of your family unit. But what happens when you get divorced? Who gets the dogs after a divorce? While you may view your
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Who Makes Medical Decisions When Both Parents Share The Child's Custody Divorce

Who Makes Medical Decisions When Both Parents Share The Child’s Custody?

If you share custody of your children with your ex, who gets to make medical decisions about the children? Should they receive vaccinations? Should they get their tonsils removed? These are important medical decisions that parents need to make. However,
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Can You Legally Change Your Gender in Georgia Divorce

Can You Legally Change Your Gender in Georgia?

In Georgia, like in many parts of the United States, legally changing your gender can be complex and challenging. However, it is an important and empowering journey for individuals seeking recognition of their true gender identity. Changing your gender marker
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Will You Be Happier After Divorce Divorce

Will You Be Happier After Divorce?

Many couples feel conflicted about ending their marriage because they fear the unknown. Will they be happier after the divorce, or should they work harder to stay married? Divorce itself is not a magic ticket to happiness. The issues that
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What Are the Social Problems Associated With Divorce Divorce

What Are the Social Problems Associated With Divorce?

When you go through a divorce, it is natural to have many fears and concerns. You may worry about whether you’ll get the house or how much time you’ll spend with your children during the holidays. While these are natural
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Who Has Custody of a Child If There Is No Court Order in Georgia? Divorce

Who Has Custody of a Child If There Is No Court Order in Georgia?

When parents decide to separate, they must determine how they will care for their children when living apart. Unmarried and married parents can face a long and uphill battle in determining child custody and parenting time. When there is a
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