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Facing formidable financial choices in divorce

When you say "I do," you are in love and ready to spend your life with that very special person. When the relationship changes and the possibility of divorce becomes a reality, it can be difficult, to say the least, to sort through all of the accompanying emotions.

Grounds for a divorce in Georgia

You are sitting in your Alpharetta, going down the list: your spouse is a fan of the Alabama Crimson Tide. Check. Your spouse thinks Carrot Top is funny. Check. Your spouse has checked out of your marriage and checked into a hotel with an attractive co-worker. Check.

DIY divorce: don't do it

Building your own computer; constructing a planter out of old boards; putting together a tiny ship inside a bottle; and burning your family name and coat of arms into a piece of wood. All of these things are among the many excellent do-it-yourself projects people in Alpharetta take on from time to time.

Putting the American dream back together

One part of the American dream is clear: everyone should have the same rights, freedoms and opportunities to succeed. Another part of that dream is that after working hard and succeeding, Americans can retire comfortably and enjoy the fruits of their labors.

Unstable retirement economics demand a strategic approach to divorce

Many people take a minimalist approach to divorces, especially when it comes to the financial aspects of divorce. For many divorcing parties, simply getting through the divorce as quickly as possible and moving on with life are the most important goals, so they don't pay adequate attention to the financial considerations involved.

Cohabitation increasingly a way of avoiding divorce over 50

Back in the day, cohabitation was scandalous. It was simply and completely inappropriate for unmarried couples to live together. Over time, American society softened its views on cohabitation. Today, cohabitation is widely viewed as a common-sense way for people to get to know each other before marriage.

How is Debt Divided in Divorce in Georgia?

When entering into divorce, many people look at dividing the assets as one of the most important factors to consider. And it is. However, a lot of people fail to think about debts. It is easy to assume that whichever party took on a debt should be the one who absorbs the liability for the debt once the divorce is finalized. But this is not always the case.

How is property divided in Georgia?

There are many things to be concerned about in a divorce: Your children, where are you going to live, how much support will you pay or receive, and other similar concerns are common.

Low contribution to the marital pool prompts new division deal

"Your results may vary." Readers will recognize that as a disclaimer on just about every ad they see for any weight-loss program. Divorce is not about weight loss, but in some cases, analogies might exist. Dissolving a marriage can be difficult and emotionally challenging. And under Georgia's model of equitable distribution, views on what is fair can differ. Some could feel they've lost more than others.

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