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September 2019 Archives

Wedding planning should include divorce negotiations

Couples in Georgia typically spend a lot of time planning their weddings. However, they are more likely to talk about where the event will take place as opposed to the terms of a prenuptial agreement. There can be a variety of benefits for couples who choose to negotiate the terms of their divorce before they even get married. Perhaps the biggest benefit is the fact that they have had a discussion about money, which is the second-leading ground for divorce.

Single fathers and their rights

With the number of children born out of wedlock increasing from 18.4% in 2007 to 40% in 2019, the issue of fathers' rights, which are different for wed and unwed fathers, is an important one. Georgia residents should be aware of how these rights differ and how they affect issues of custody, visitation and support.

Your professional success can impact your divorce outcome

Working in a high-stress and demanding profession can be incredibly rewarding. Whether you are a doctor, dentist, business executive or engineer, you may experience personal satisfaction thanks to your ability to do such difficult work and receive substantial financial compensation for your efforts.

3 ways a therapist can help you during divorce

The end of your marriage is undoubtedly going to be a stressful time for you and people closest to you. Even if you know that divorce is the best option in your situation, you may still experience complex emotions and irrational impulses that could damage your personal life or even your career. Finding a healthy way to handle all of your emotions can help.

How older adults can take to protect themselves in a divorce

Divorce among spouses 55 and older is on the rise. For those who are at least 65, the chance of getting a divorce has more than doubled since 1990. These older ex-spouses could face many challenges during the property division process. For many Georgia couples, mediation may be a better solution than going to court since it's less adversarial.

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