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Four Reasons You Need a Prenup

A prenuptial agreement is a document drawn up between couples before getting married to serve as a form of protection for each party in the event that their union leads to a divorce in the future. Especially for those that have huge amounts of properties and assets to take care of, it would be wise […]

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What is Contempt of Court with Child Custody?

You’ve probably heard of contempt of court, which basically refers to being disobedient or disrespectful towards the court and its officers, such as the judge, but did you know that there is also specifically such a thing as Contempt of Court with Child Custody? As any family law attorney would tell you, such as a […]

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Do Unmarried Mothers have to file for custody?

Child custody is one of the more difficult points of contention during a divorce. Depending on how amicable or hostile the situation is, the couple may need to hire a Paulding GA child custody attorney as well to make sure they protect their parental rights.  That situation is pretty clear-cut, but what if the custody […]

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Is it Too Late for a Postnuptial Agreement?

The idea of prenuptial agreements has been there for some time. But most people seem not to have much knowledge about another type of agreement couples can make known as postnuptial agreements. Unlike prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements happen after a marriage has been formalized. A Paulding divorce attorney can help you draft a postnuptial agreement […]

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How to handle child custody during the divorce

One of the most contentious issues during a divorce is child custody. This is because no parent is ever willing to let go of the custody of their child. That’s why the services of a Paulding divorce attorney are very important. Types of child custody  There are two types of custody recognized by the state […]

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Who determines Visitation Rights

After a separation where a child is involved, the parents must figure out how time will be spent by the child with each of them. In many cases, it is difficult for the parents to reach this agreement on their own, so they must get the family court involved to make the decision. Prior to […]

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Financial Debts and an Uncontested Divorce

Georgia is one of the states with the highest individual debt rates in the country. That’s the reason why the issues of financial debts can complicate a divorce process. But with an experienced uncontested divorce attorney, things can work much faster. Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit A domestic relations financial affidavit is a statement made under […]

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Do We Qualify for an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia?

Going through a divorce can be a long and frustrating experience in some situations, and the state of Georgia has taken steps to alleviate some of the process problems. Divorcing can be an easy decision for some, but some factors can still result in denial. The difference is that an uncontested divorce in Georgia takes […]

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4 Uncontested Divorce Criteria: Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony & Equitable Divisions

When you’re thinking about divorce, you might hear about uncontested divorce. The idea of not having the stress and strain of a long, drawn-out divorce process may sound great to you. How do you know if you qualify for a contested divorce?Is it right for you? The Dallas GA family lawyers at the Law Offices of William […]

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Uncontested Divorce: It’s All About the Details

When parties to a divorce agree on all of the major terms or if one party chooses not to challenge anything, then it is considered an uncontested divorce. In some uncontested divorces, important details are disregarded. This can result in issues in the future when questions or disputes arise. To help ensure that an uncontested […]

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