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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...

Parenting Plans in Georgia

Parenting Plans are required in all Georgia divorce, custody and custody modification cases.  When reality hits, people change, rules change, situations change, and relationships change.  That is when a...

Divorce: Establishing Jurisdiction and Venue

The first step in filing for divorce is establishing where to file the paperwork. In Georgia, all divorces all filed in Superior Court. Most often, an individual will file in the county in which the couple...

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...

Divorce Myths – Setting Things Straight

1) Committing Adultery Means You Lose Everything False. Committing adultery does not automatically mean that you give up everything by fault in the divorce. Most courts see divorce today as a legal proceeding...
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