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What is a Temporary Order?

What is a temporary order in the context of a Georgia Divorce or Family Law Case? A temporary order is an order from a judge usually made at a temporary hearing and regarding matters such as child custody,...

Georgia Divorce Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

After talking with thousands of people about divorce in Georgia, certain questions come up often.  Below is a compilation of some of the more frequently asked questions we answer for clients. What is the...

Georgia Divorce Facts

Do I need to live in Georgia to get a divorce here? No, it is not necessary for you to live in Georgia to file for divorce here. However in order to file at least one spouse must be living in Georgia and must...

Top Mother’s Issues in Divorce and Family Law

The divorce and family law attorneys at Coleman Legal Group, LLC are experienced in representing mothers in a range of complex legal divorce and family law issues. We help mothers facing divorce and family...

Top Father’s Issues in a Divorce or Family Law Case

Courts today are working hard to maintain a gender neutral perspective. However, if you are a father in Georgia, you may be facing some unique issues. At Coleman Legal Group, LLC we are trained and...

What is the Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (DRFA)?

What is the Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (DRFA)? When filing for divorce in Georgia, you are required to complete under oath a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (DRFA).  This document is a...
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