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2018 Amendment to Child Support

Can A Spouse’s Pay be Part of a Child Support Calculation? February 21, 2019 On May 8, 2018, the Georgia legislature enacted 2017 Ga. SB 427 to amend certain provisions of O.C.G.A. § 19-6-15, one of the statutes governing child support. The amendments,...

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Custody and Covid-19

While Georgia’s Governor Kemp has yet to issue a statewide “stay at home” order, most of the hardest hit counties such as Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett, etc…, have made declarations of emergency. These declarations have stay at home provisions which may ...

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Georgia Child Support and Modification- How do I get the Money my Children Need?

If the non-custodial parent is refusing or just not paying court ordered child support, let us help you get the support you need and the children deserve. The following describes some of the legal actions you can consider: Get an Income Deduction Order. A...

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Grandparent and 3rd Party Rights to Children – Part 1

Did you know in the State of Georgia you can still petition the Court for parental rights and responsibilities for a child that is not even related to you? It’s called the Equitable Caregiver Statute and in my next videos, I’m going to explain the fac...

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Increased Filing Fees for Georgia Divorces & other Civil Actions

On May 12, 2010, House Bill 1055 became effective. It substantially increases filing fees for Georgia divorces, adoptions and other civil cases filed in the Superior Courts of Georgia and also imposes fees for certain filings such as motions. The followin...

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Separate Assets

In a Divorce, What Property is Your “Separate Property” March 6, 2019 Your separate property is generally considered property that is pre-marital, such as that you received prior to marriage or that you received during marriage as a gift or inheritanc...

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Update on Covid19 and Custody

Remember, I’m not here to give you legal advice on your case. Family law is extremely state specific, and even case specific, so please talk to an attorney about your case.  On April 3, 2020, Governor Kemp, the governor of Georgia, executed an Order sp...

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Watch Out – Your Spouse Could Be Recording You

If all of the parties to a call are in the State of Georgia, only one party to a conversation has to know he/she is being recorded. Keep in mind, Georgia has strict wire-tapping laws with criminal repercussions. In Georgia, it is a crime to secretly recor...

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