Benefits of Modern Co-Parenting

The “typical” method of co-parenting has changed drastically over the last decade. In the early 2010s, standard visitation plans commonly included alternating weekends for the non-custodial parent and extended visitation as a privilege. Today, we see a huge increase in the number of parents opting for a joint-custody plan where their time is split more…

Understanding Annulments in Georgia

A divorce and an annulment are similar legal proceedings to end a marriage, however the final results are very different from one another. A divorce is the dissolution of a valid marriage and an annulment is a legal decree that declares a marriage was never valid to begin with. Unlike divorce, which simply terminates an…

Back to School Planning for Divorced Parents

Back-to-school season is upon us. The new year often brings a new school, new teachers and new activities for kids and divorced parents to juggle.  For divorced parents, the beginning of the school year is a great time to hit a reset button and discuss the impending changes to schedules and activities.  Just like the…