Your divorce doesn’t have to be messy and dramatic. Learn how you and your spouse can have a peaceful and amicable divorce.
Georgia has 13 grounds for divorce, but you don’t have to allege wrongdoing to get a divorce. Find out what your options are for a no-fault divorce.
Will you and your spouse be able to strike a peaceful and productive tone throughout your divorce? It depends in part on how you set the stage in that first conversation.
Divorce can be emotionally draining and time-consuming. The right preparation can help reduce the hours you spend negotiating (or fighting) with your spouse and help you move more quickly into the next chapter of your life.
A lot of people try to stick it out through the holidays, whether for their kids, to avoid family judgment at holiday gatherings, or a million other reasons. But if you’re completely miserable, people can probably already tell. You don’t have to spend the holidays with a fake smile plastered on your face pretending like nothing is wrong.
Telling your kids about getting divorced is not easy. Here is some advice to help with the process.
In this blog, we talk about the 5 things that you absolutely MUST do if you’re getting divorced in Georgia.
An uncontested divorce in Georgia is a smart choice because of the timeframe, ease and price. But so many people still think that their divorce is going to be like Liar Liar or Kramer vs Kramer...
In this blog, you will learn about 5 benefits of an uncontested divorce. Wondering if an uncontested divorce is the right path for your and your spouse? We've put together some factors to help you reach a decision.
Deciding whether to change your last name is an incredibly personal decision. You will want to think about it before your divorce is finalized. As part of your divorce, your attorney can include...