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Prenuptial agreement do's and don'ts

Wedding rings, invitations, the perfect wedding gown and reception arrangements -- these are the first of many expenses that will bind two people together in marriage. When two become one in Georgia, so do their finances, making it important to consider a prenuptial agreement.

Amicable divorce is one thing, but divorce parties?

Perhaps there’s no stronger indicator of changing opinions about divorce and legal separation that a new phenomenon called divorce parties. The events, sometimes even co-hosted by spouses on the verge of receiving a divorce decree, are ostensibly for the purpose of celebrating a new transition in a divorcee’s life.

The ultimate pre-marriage insurance against divorce

Atlanta readers may have differing views on the practice of living together before marriage. Proponents might argue that living together is the best way to see if a couple will last in marriage, and may go a long way towards avoiding divorce and its attendant complications, such as the division of real estate. Others might believe that cohabitation is unnecessary if couples have taken the time to truly get to know each other. Of course, some Hollywood celebrities usurp the whole argument, choosing life-long roommate status over the institution of marriage.

Georgia lawmaker seeks to change no-fault divorce

Couples in Georgia might regard divorce as practically a right, albeit one that they might not ever expect to use. The process is certainly easy enough. After a 30-day period, calculated from the date a complaint seeking a divorce was served upon the other spouse, a no-fault divorce can be obtained.

Second marriages have higher success rate

Atlanta readers might agree that sometimes it takes a second try to get something right. The perspective offered by time and experience can be invaluable teachers. Both allow an opportunity to review one’s first attempt, before repeating an endeavor with refined strategy and calmer news.

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