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Is Everything I Own Subject to Division in Divorce?

Divorce is one of the saddest and most complicated legal proceedings in modern life. With more than half of first marriages ending in divorce, rather than in the death of one spouse, it’s one that you have a 50% chance of experiencing in your lifetime. One of the things you need to deal with is […]

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Differences Between Marital and Separate Property

Going through a divorce can be difficult in many ways. Not only can a divorce be emotionally draining, but there are challenges to consider, such as the division of property. The Law Offices of William R. Pike Law LLC can help you come to a property settlement that’s fair and equitable. Marital Property In Georgia, […]

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Child Support Enforcement in GA

Child Support Enforcement in GA When parents get divorced in Georgia, they are both still responsible for the financial welfare of their children. During the divorce, an established child support agreement will be determined. The noncustodial parent will be responsible for paying the custodial parent child support to help pay for school, food, shelter, sports, […]

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How is Child Support Calculated in GA?

In Georgia, it is the responsibility of both parents to ensure the child’s financial needs are met. When divorced, the noncustodial parent may be required to pay for child support. Many factors are considered when calculating child support in GA, including the income of both parents, the number of children, extracurricular and school activities, child […]

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When is Divorce Mediation Required in GA?

Why is Divorce Mediation Required in GA? Divorce mediation is required in Georgia because the state believes that it is in the best interests of the parties and their children for the parents to resolve their differences without the need for a lengthy and expensive court battle. Mediation provides an opportunity for the parties to […]

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Mediation and the Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested Divorce Issues Covered in Mediation If you are considering an uncontested divorce, or have already decided to proceed with one, you may be wondering what issues can be covered in mediation. The answer is: pretty much anything! While some divorcing couples may find that they only need to meditate on a few key topics, […]

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What You Need to Update After Finalizing Your Divorce

The Stress of the Divorce Process The ending of a marriage by divorce can be a perplexing ordeal.  You have had the best advice and representation from your attorney, but for some reason, it seems that after the judgement has been made, the process is still not complete.  The attorney at the Law Offices of William […]

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Who Gets the Kids During the Holidays?

As the holidays approach, it’s easy to get stressed out thinking about where your children will celebrate these important occasions. Both parents are likely to want to have the kids make memories and participate in holiday traditions with extended family members. Instead of being drawn into an argument with your ex about your children over the […]

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What should be in your prenuptial agreement?

When a couple is getting married, they may want to discuss and decide ahead of time how they would like to resolve their financial situation before they get a divorce. The written agreement is a prenuptial agreement and documents the couple’s wishes, such as division of property and alimony, if they decide to get divorced. […]

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Father’s Rights and Child Custody

Every year, tens of thousands of children are born outside of marriage in the United States.  Fathers often assume that, because they have been in a committed relationship with the mother, that they automatically have rights concerning their child.  This may be true in some states, but in the state of Georgia, there are no […]

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