Should I Sign a Prenuptial Agreement?

In Georgia, there is currently no Uniform Prenuptial Agreement Act, a congressional act that standardizes how courts will view and accept the terms of a premarital contract. Georgia law still permits couples who are getting married, however, to enter into a prenuptial agreement, which almost any couple can utilize. Even if the parties do not have substantial assets or debts … Read More

7 Different Types of Divorce in Georgia

Divorce, as we know it on dramatized TV and in the news with celebrity couples, isn’t exactly the way it is with most Georgia divorces. Divorces today typically take place behind the scenes, and though sometimes intense and complex, they often result in a fair settlement between the two parties when it comes to property, children, and other monetary compensation. … Read More

What Will Happen to My Children After My Divorce in Georgia?

If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, you may be wondering what will happen to your children and how the State of Georgia will determine custody and visitation rights. Georgia law is specific in determining what happens to children after a divorce and will consider the needs of your children based on several different factors that the … Read More