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Can divorcing spouses share an attorney?

You and your spouse opt to get divorced, and it's far more casual than you ever anticipated. Your spouse agrees that it is the best move for both of you personally and for your family. They back the idea. They agree that they will work with you to divide assets fairly, split up parenting time and everything else.

Spouses are using cryptocurrencies to hide their true wealth

Cryptocurrencies may be concerning to family law attorneys in Georgia who are helping their clients go through a divorce some are not familiar with what cryptocurrencies are or how they work. A few years ago, there would have been very little reason for family law attorneys to be concerned that cryptocurrencies would become a factor in the divorces that they handle.

The rise of "gray divorce"

Recently, residents of Georgia and the rest of the United States have witnessed the progression of a broadening trend called "gray divorce." This term is typically applied when a person gets divorced after their 50th birthday. Although the nation's overall divorce rate has declined in the past two decades, gray divorce is unquestionably on the rise. Considering how the social stigma surrounding divorce has greatly diminished, it may seem natural that spouses in the older demographic would increasingly go their separate ways.

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