Practice Areas – 4 Columns With Filter

Divorce

In Georgia, you can file for divorce on fault-based grounds, such as adultery or cruel treatment. However, most divorcing couples...
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Child Custody

When parents don’t agree on child custody, a judge decides legal and physical custody, as well as a visitation schedule,...
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Child Support

Georgia judges determine child support based primarily on children’s reasonable needs, and the parents’ combined income. Courts use the Child...
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Paternity

Children born in wedlock are presumed to be the legitimate child of the mother’s husband, and immediately have custodial rights...
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Contempt of Court Order

If you’ve had a divorce, child custody case, or child support case, you have an agreement and/or court order requiring...
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Prenuptial Agreements

A prenuptial agreement (also called a “premarital agreement”) is a contract that a marrying couple signs that determines how certain...
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