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Divorce

The Complete Guide to Family Law: Everything to Know

The most meaningful and the most difficult parts of life often relate to family. That also makes these aspects of life extremely complicated, which is why the law and legal counsel exist to help people come to acceptable resolutions. In …

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What Can Get Used Against You in Divorce?

If you are going through a Georgia divorce, you may wonder whether your spouse’s wrongdoing can be used against him or her—or whether something you have done could potentially get used against you. While Georgia—like most states—offers a no-fault divorce, …

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How Does a Georgia Divorce Affect Tax Filing Status?

If you are divorcing in Georgia, tax implications may not be on your radar. However, the specifics of filing taxes after divorce—and how your divorce decree reflects those specifics—could have significant implications. Dates are also important, as the filing status …

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Common Tax Mistakes During and After Your Divorce

When you take two complex issues—taxes and divorce in this case—you can find yourself in a tangled web of financial and even legal mistakes just waiting to be made. Your first mistake might be failing to seek professional help. A …

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Do You Have to Pay Spousal Support If They Cheated? Divorce

Do You Have to Pay Spousal Support If They Cheated?

In Georgia, you do not need to prove fault in order to get a divorce. However, sometimes proving fault is advantageous for one spouse. A fault-based divorce is one in which the person filing for divorce must prove that their …

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How Does a Cheating Spouse Affect a Divorce? Divorce

How Does a Cheating Spouse Affect a Divorce?

In Georgia, divorcing couples do not need to prove fault in order to get divorced. You can get divorced simply because you have grown apart or have irreconcilable differences. However, there are times when it may benefit one party to …

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