White-Collar Crime: Charges and Consequences in the State of Georgia

White-Collar Crime: Charges and Consequences in the State of Georgia White-collar crime encompasses a full range of financially motivated, nonviolent crimes committed by individuals, businesses, and government officials. There are many different types of white-collar crimes, and depending on the circumstances, charges can be brought as either a misdemeanor or a felony. In addition, an…

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Understanding Custody Modification in Georgia

Understanding Custody Modification in Georgia When parents decide to get a divorce or unwed parents have a child, custody agreements get put in place. In Georgia, child custody and visitation orders are always based on the best interests of the child. When evaluating the child’s best interests, parents submit parenting plans to the court, which…

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The Basics of Georgia Child Support Laws

The Basics of Georgia Child Support Laws For many parents who have either never been married or are divorced, child support plays a major role in their financial realities. While the laws can become rather complicated, having a cursory understanding of the basics of Georgia’s child support laws can help parents comprehend and plan for…

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What’s Yours and What’s Mine: Understanding Commingled Marital Assets

What’s Yours and What’s Mine: Understanding Commingled Marital Assets In many divorces, one of the most common areas of contention is the division of assets.  Whether discussing property, savings, or even debt, this step can be stressful and emotionally-charged, especially if either of the parties are entering into the discussion with unrealistic expectations.  Therefore, understanding…

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