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 Attorneys Analyze High-Profile Trial on CourtTV

Andersen, Tate & Carr criminal defense attorneys Patrick McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark recently walked CourtTV viewers through all the proceedings of a high-profile trial. Mr. McDonough and Ms. Hundredmark were on-air to analyze the opening statements and deliberations in the Kellen Winslow, Jr. rape trial. Click here to watch Patrick McDonough weigh-in on opening statements.…

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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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