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Understanding commingling or transmutation of assets

If you are getting divorced, there may not be that many aspects of your split that seem black-and-white. For instance, emotionally, you are likely torn between many complicated feelings from fear of the unknown to frustration with the past; physically, you may not understand where to go or where you will live. 

Questions to ask yourself when seeking custody

Every parent is different and no parent is perfect. This can be enormously difficult to remember if you are a parent going through the process of determining child custody. You can feel like every decision you've made and every character flaw you have is being exposed and put under a microscope.

Pets: people or property in a divorce?

When people think about dividing up property in the event of a divorce, they often think of things like homes, bank accounts, credit card debt and their furniture. However, there are some things that need to be divided that you may not think of as a "thing."

Georgia lawmakers consider bills to improve kinship care

When a parent can no longer raise a child, that child will need to be raised by someone else. In some cases, the child becomes a ward of the state; in other cases, they are taken in by family members. According to one Georgia lawmaker, there are more than 100,000 kids in this state who are being raised by a family member. This includes grandparents, aunts, uncles and other relatives.

Where to look if you think your spouse is hiding assets

When you get divorced, you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse will likely be required to complete a financial affidavit. This legal document is necessary so that the courts can have an overview of your finances, and it is critical that this document is complete and accurate.

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