How to Co-Parent with Different Parenting Styles

How to Co-Parent with Different Parenting Styles

When a couple with children separate or divorce, finding a way to co-parent successfully can be challenging. Even if the separation is the best course of action for a couple, powerful emotions inevitably accompany the end of a relationship. Although&...

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What is Parental Alienation, and What Are its Dangers?

What is Parental Alienation, and What Are its Dangers?

Alienation, by definition, means to isolate one thing from another. In the case of parental alienation, it means steps (often planned and malicious ones) a parent takes to isolate the child or children from the other parent through words and… ...

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What is a Guardian Ad Litem?

What is a Guardian Ad Litem?

A Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) is either an attorney or other qualified professional, such as a mental health professional, appointed by the judge to assist in a domestic relations case concerning the custody or welfare of a child. The superior… Re...

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When does Child Support End?

When does Child Support End?

Not knowing when does child support ends can catch you off guard, especially if you are the custodial parent. In Georgia, unless the parties agree otherwise, child support ends when the child reaches age 18, graduates high school (as long… Rea...

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Custody and Visitation During COVID-19

Custody and Visitation During COVID-19

While COVID-19 continues to disrupt the day-to-day interactions of families throughout Georgia, some families are dealing with custody and visitation issues as they relate to the Shelter in Place Order. Managing parenting time and custody agreements ...

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Parenting Plan

Parenting Plan

What is a good Parenting Plan? If you ever stopped to make of list of everything you do in a week to care for and provide for your children, you would have a list several pages long. Wake-up time, bedtime,… Read More

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Avoid Social Media During Your Divorce

Avoid Social Media During Your Divorce

Can Social Media create problems for your divorce process? These days, almost everyone has a social media presence. Whether you use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or any other similar site, the information that you post can be seen by a&hellip...

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Is Fault required for divorce in Georgia?

Is Fault required for divorce in Georgia?

Divorce issues in Georgia One of the most common questions we are asked by clients is whether they need grounds for divorce. It is easy to get confused as to whether Georgia is a no-fault state and as to the… Read More

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