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Divorce in Georgia: What You Need to Know About Jurisdiction

Each state has its own laws regarding who is eligible to file for divorce and jurisdiction for such cases. In Georgia, for example, there are four elements which comprise jurisdictional rules in divorce...

Divorce & Family Law | How to Prepare for a Deposition

In the context of a divorce or family law case, the purpose of deposition is to uncover truthful answers to questions that may not have been fully or adequately addressed on paper during the discovery...

Divorcing an Out-of-State Spouse

Divorce a spouse that live in another state can be a difficult process. Also and unfortunately, there is a lot of bad and misleading information published on the internet on the process.  It is important to...

Served with Divorce Papers? What Now?

So, you just got served with divorce papers? Maybe you were waiting for it, maybe not, but here you have it: your spouse wants a divorce and “you have been sued in the court.” Being served with...

What to Expect in a Divorce or Family Law Trial

If you are involved with a divorce or family law case and the case is not eventually settled, it will be scheduled by the court to go to trial. A trial, also sometimes called a hearing is a procedure before...

Advantages of Filing Divorce First

Making the decision to obtain a divorce is typically not an easy one to make.  In some cases, both spouses will sense that the marriage is nearing the end.  In other cases, one of the spouses will be...
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