Is your dog your “furbaby”? Does your ex feel the same way? If you can’t agree on who gets to keep the dog after divorce, you might end up fighting for “custody” in court.
Divorce can be the simplest and fastest way to say goodbye to each other if you’re willing to be fair in every aspect of the process.
This Father’s Day – and every day – the question to ask is this: when it comes to parenting children, should it really matter which state you live in?
If you feel the time and expense is worth going to trial with a strong chance of getting the right decision for you, litigation would definitely be an option for you, but if there’s any doubt you should consider settling.
If you try to rush the divorce process, mistakes will be made, details can be overlooked and pressure can mount, leading a less than satisfactory ending to your marriage.
Anyone that is currently going through a divorce should consider mediation, as it comes with a long list of different benefits. If you’re wondering if mediation can help with divorce, keep reading.
Divorce settlement agreements can be fairly basic. They can cover child support, visitation, and payment of marital debt or, they can cover everything from the right of first refusal to the custody of the family pet.
When terminating or dissolving a domestic partnership you will both sign a statement of termination or notice of termination. Doing so will end the domestic partnership and return each of you to a legal status of “single.”
Just like any other legal aspect, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about family law. The ever-expansive and complex laws make it confusing and overwhelming to the general public. This gradually builds up to even more misconceptions.
It is estimated that there are as many as one million frozen embryos in the United States. Some of these embryos will be implanted, others donated, while still others will be the sources of great contention and conflict in a couple’s ultimate divorce. This article will focus specifically on in vitro fertilization, what happens to frozen embryos during divorce in Georgia.