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April 2019 Archives

After-divorce tasks

When couples divorce in Georgia, there are often a lot of details to be worked out. These might include the division of assets and debts, the sale of the family home and deciding whether one spouse will receive alimony. If the couple has children, the situation can become more complex.

Co-parenting and divorce

Parents in Georgia who are divorced or in the process of getting a divorce and who are in a co-parenting relationship should take care to not involve their children in the divorce. The children may already have a sense that they are stuck in the middle of two parties in conflict, which can encourage them to assume responsibilities that they are too young to assume and that can stunt their emotional and mental development. To avoid this, parents should refrain from using their children as tools of communication with the other parent. The children should also be allowed to speak freely about the other household and their experiences.

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