How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Cases in Georgia?

How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Cases in Georgia? The question of whether infidelity can affect a divorce case is incredibly common. Adultery is defined as a married person voluntarily having sexual intercourse with a person other than his or her spouse. In Georgia, adultery is considered a misdemeanor offense (O.C.G.A. § 16-6-19), and if proven,…

How to Have the “Divorce Talk” With Your Children

How to Have the “Divorce Talk” With Your Children Sharing the news with your children that you are divorcing is one of the most difficult parent-child conversations you will ever have. Whether or not the decision to divorce is beyond your control, the conversation should be handled with tact, grace, and understanding. This is a…

4 Must-Ask Questions for Your Divorce Attorney

4 Must-Ask Questions for Your Divorce Attorney For many people, getting a divorce is one of the most stressful and trying times in their life. From finalizing the custody of children to dividing up a couple’s shared assets, it is important to choose an experienced attorney who makes you comfortable and works tirelessly to achieve…