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3 tips for choosing an attorney for your high-asset divorce

While divorce is a difficult process regardless of your net worth, it can be especially challenging for individuals whose assets run into the millions of dollars. For couples with high assets, the divorce process can become an incredibly high-stakes battle to ensure individual post-divorce financial security.

Should women get prenuptial agreements if they own businesses?

A prenuptial agreement could be the answer you're looking for to protect yourself if you're a female entrepreneur. It's always wise to look into ways you can protect yourself before you get married. If you don't, then you could find it extremely difficult to do so if your marriage should later end in divorce.

Helping your child adjust to living in two homes

If, like many divorced or divorcing Georgia parents, you're sharing custody of your children, you know that it can be difficult for kids to get used to moving between homes to see their parents. It's essential that they have a room of their own (or maybe that they share with their sibling) at each home — not just where they live with one parent.

Think about life after divorce when separating finances

Anyone who has been through a divorce, even an amicable one, can tell you that it's not a pleasant experience. There is always an emotional toll on the spouses. Decisions made in the heat of the moment or simply without preparation, can resonate for decades to come.

Standard of living and spousal support

Imagine you and your spouse enjoyed fancy meals, expensive homes and luxurious vacations on a regular basis during your marriage. If you're planning to get a divorce, a Georgia family law court may seek to ensure that both of you enjoy the same standard of living you've grown accustomed to during your marriage. That is, if that standard of living was real and not artificially created through credit.

Important considerations in modification cases

After a divorce (or a breakup between unmarried parents) most may not think about the prospect of further litigation. But the reality is that people may still have disagreements after a decree is entered that may require court intervention. For instance, there may be missed (or denied) parenting time, clashes over payment of unreimbursed medical expenses, and challenges over passports.

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