What You Need to Know About Alimony in Georgia

When a marriage ends in divorce, one spouse may need to continue financially assisting or supporting the other spouse. Alimony, also referred to as spousal support, is paid by the higher-earning spouse to the non-earning or lower-earning spouse and is separate from the division of marital property. Alimony ensures that spouses who may have refrained…

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The Basics of Visitation Violations in Georgia

In Georgia, child custody is most often determined during the divorce process by mutually agreeing parents, subject to a judge’s approval, or by the judge based solely on the child’s best interests. The resulting custody order is a complex document, covering many important things, including visitation. The custody order, referred to as a parenting plan,…

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ATC Criminal Defense Attorneys Join CourtTV as Commentators

CourtTV is back in session, with gavel-to-gavel coverage of some of the most gripping trials making national headlines. ATC’s veteran Atlanta Defense Attorneys, Patrick McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark, have been tapped to join the on-air team as commentators and will provide in-depth analysis of all the court proceedings. McDonough & Hundredmark recently shared key legal…

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Is Identity Fraud a Felony in Georgia?

Identity fraud is one of the most common white-collar crimes committed. It can be as simple as using someone’s ATM card without their permission to something more elaborate, such as using someone’s personal information to rack up credit card debt or even take out various loans. In Georgia, identity fraud is a serious crime with…

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