How To Cope With Divorce For A Man

Coping with divorce, in general, can be a difficult task.  However, it can prove to be even more difficult for men. Society has taught them time and time again to swallow their tears and to just “be strong.”  Now, we know there’s always an exception to the “rule,” but there’s a good chance you’re having … Continued

11 of the Most Common Reasons for Divorce

In this day and age, it can very easy to trick yourself into thinking everyone else’s marriages are running perfectly.  And when you’re in the middle of a divorce or a rough patch, it’s really easy to think no one would understand what you’re going through. It’s a new kind of loneliness.  But rest assured … Continued

Divorce Papers

Obtaining a divorce in Georgia can be very time consuming since it comes with a lot of divorce papers. And if there’s one thing people can generally agree on, it’s that tedious paperwork SUCKS. That’s why do-it-yourself divorces tend to take even longer than those with an attorney. If you submit divorce papers that aren’t … Continued

Custody Lawyers

Custody Lawyers When a divorce includes a child, a custody battle almost always ensues. The hope of everyone is that the divorcing parents can reach a reasonable resolution, but in most cases we can assume that won’t be the case. The test that the court will apply when determining custody is “the best interest of … Continued

Probate an Estate

Probate an Estate in Georgia Probate is a legal process that is often required after someone dies. It gives someone– typically the surviving spouse or other close family member– the power to gather the deceased’s assets, pay debts and taxes, and eventually transfer assets to those designated in their will (don’t worry, we’ll talk about … Continued

Immigration Law: What Rights Do Immigrants Have?

Immigration Law Is A Hot Topic Right Now Recently Donald Trump signed an executive order to make sure families were kept together at the border instead of being ripped apart. However, he was also quoted (and Tweeted) about how they should simply be turned away and sent back to their original countries. No trial, no … Continued

Immigration and Family Law: Fact-Checking President Trump

  Immigration and family law is an increasingly hot topic with the rise of family separations at the border. Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy in creating a lot of backlash from all sides of all parties. In times such as these, it’s very easy to get lost in misleading information and the lack of fact-checking. Family Separations … Continued