Co-Parenting: There’s An App For That

Co-Parenting: There’s An App For That

Co-parenting, even between parents who get along, can be challenging. You need to manage the schedule for extracurricular activities, playdates, and family events without conflict. You have to keep each other updated on the kids and work together to make decisions,...
Should You Use a Known Sperm Donor?

Should You Use a Known Sperm Donor?

For couples struggling with infertility, lesbian couples, or single women looking to become parents, sperm donation is a viable and common solution. While anonymous donors are an option, some prospective parents prefer to ask family members or friends to be their...
Expansion of Who Can Seek Custody in Georgia

Expansion of Who Can Seek Custody in Georgia

A bill allowing more people to seek custody in Georgia will go into effect July 1st. House Bill 543, signed by Governor Brian Kemp last month, amends Georgia law by allowing non-relatives to be considered an equitable caregiver of a child and based on that...
How to Get an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

How to Get an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

Divorce can be an emotional and challenging experience as you navigate the legal and personal issues that lead to the next phase of your life. But actually getting divorced does not have to be overwhelming. If you and your spouse are reasonably able to get along and...
Co-parenting with Religious Differences

Co-parenting with Religious Differences

In our increasingly multi-cultural society, there are larger numbers of interfaith couples choosing to marry and/or have children together. If these couples later decide to separate, the question may develop of how to navigate or balance between the two religions for...