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Some reasons why divorce may be the right answer

A loving marital bond can be challenged by obstacles, but when the bond is strong enough the couple may find ways to work things out and stay together. In many instances, however, the tie that binds has broken. In such cases, a divorce may in fact be the correct decision, according to one prominent clinical psychologist and relationship expert. For those in Georgia and elsewhere who are having an internal struggle on the subject, her article in The Huffington Post may give some aid to action.

Keep mood positive even if divorce clouds the holiday season

Being in a divorce, or facing an impending one, are challenging situations during the holiday season. Memories can fill the air, and changes in lifestyle can be even more stressful during this extra-sensitive time of the year. Georgia residents and others in a divorce mode can take some comfort from the suggestions below.

When should a couple consider a prenuptial agreement?

When a Georgia couple is planning a wedding, it is easy to forget certain steps that can provide security in the future, such as drafting a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is not only for couples who are wealthy or possess high-value assets, but it is also for average couples who wish to protect their future interests. Taking the time to plan ahead can be very beneficial for a couple in case of a future divorce. 

Assets to include in Georgia divorce settlements

When a couple in Georgia chooses to end their marriage, there are obvious financial decisions that must be made, including child support and property division. However, the divorce process can be more complex for higher income couples. Some people may mistakenly overlook several key assets or negotiating points while dividing their property.

Divorce doesn't have to be a negative experience in Georgia

The word "divorce" often sparks negative images in people's minds due to the fact that battling over who will keep certain assets is a norm. For instance, people in Georgia may fight over who will get the marital home or how a shared business will be handled. However, with appropriate legal counsel, people can work toward a settlement that will benefit them financially; divorce offers many emotional benefits as well.

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