Custodial and Non-Custodial Parenting: What Does It All Mean?

Day: November 15, 2016

Custodial and Non-Custodial Parenting: What Does It All Mean?

Learn about the two types of custody agreements, how these arrangements are determined, and the five rules for co-parents.

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Divorce in Georgia

Please note: local and state laws change constantly. This information is for educational purposes only. We do our best to keep this up-to-date, but please contact us to discuss your unique situation. Getting Divorced in Georgia The following grounds are sufficient to authorize the granting of divorce:No Fault The marriage is irretrievably broken. This requires […]

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Monsters, Ghouls And Goblins … Oh My!

Thousands of years ago, an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain (pronounced sow-in) took root in the Old World. Samhain was a night to celebrate the end of summer and harvest, before the long, dark winter began. The celebrants built huge bonfires and dressed in costumes (usually animal heads/masks and skins), believing that the ghosts of […]

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Goodwill And Trust

During divorce, it’s so easy to turn everything into a battle by always trying to prove your point and making the other person look bad. There is another option — rather than a divorce and co-parenting path paved with landmines, constant battles, resulting in damaged children and parents, you can choose a path lined with […]

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