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What Georgia residents may not expect during a divorce

Divorce is often one of life's most stressful events. As with anything, having some prior knowledge and being well-prepared can make all the difference between a lengthy battle and a quicker, amicable separation. The suggestions in one recent article may help Georgia residents be better prepared. The piece outlines many realities that one may not often think about when going through a divorce.

Court order can help someone receive alimony in Georgia

A person who is tired of dealing with a spouse may long for the days following their divorce, when he or she is seemingly free from having to be bothered with the other person. However, an ex-spouse can easily steal a person's joy by withholding payments in the areas of alimony or child support in Georgia. Not receiving these court-ordered payments can be vexing, causing a person to feel unsettled even after the ink has long dried on the divorce papers. However, getting an ex-spouse to finally make these payments is possible with further help from a judge.

Prenuptial agreement can be helpful for Georgia couples

A prenuptial agreement can be very helpful for certain couples. While not all Georgia couples may need a prenuptial agreement, it is certainly worth investigating before making a decision. A recent article gave a few examples of why this document could be helpful to some individuals.

Economy may impact Georgia couples high net worth divorce

Georgia residents facing a divorce may be concerned with the financial side of the split. A recent article may be of interest to couples going through a high net worth divorce. There could be a direct correlation between the number of divorces and the stability of the economy.

Shared parenting may be the most beneficial form of child custody

Child custody may be a difficult area to agree on for some couples facing a divorce or breakup. Divorces involving children can create a high level stress and difficulty for many parents. Georgia couples may be interested in a recent article that discusses why joint custody may be a good option for many parents.

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