Once they hit about the age of two, children develop their own strong personalities. With those personalities begin to emerge preferences and opinions about what they like, do not like and want to experience. Though parents must still act in ways that protect their children from harm, they can foster their kids' independence by recognizing and acknowledging their partialities.
It is often the case that when two Georgia residents decide to marry that they find in each other redeeming qualities that they want to nurture. They may trust each other's judgment and may respect each other's opinions; after their wedding and during the course of their marriage they may continue to value each other's positive qualities and have faith that each is acting for the benefit of the other.
Divorce is never easy. Even if the marriage has already dissolved for all practical purposes, the legal process and division of assets is a complex and often messy necessity. To establish a strong foundation for your future, you need to take your time in divorce and get the settlement right. Overlooked details today become dollars tomorrow.
A prenuptial agreement is an agreement that can only be made between two parties who intend to marry. In Georgia, a prenuptial agreement can help individuals work out their preferences and differences regarding their assets and finances before they take the long walk down the aisle to marriage. A prenup can be used to solidify financial plans during a couple's legal union, but it also may be used to establish property rights and other financial understandings, in the event that the couple ends their marriage in divorce.