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The 4 Core Areas of Divorce

  1. Child Custody
  2. Asset Division
  3. Child Support
  4. Alimony
  • Child Custody

    Child custody defines the relationship between both divorcing parents and their minor children. There are two major types of custody – physical custody and legal custody.

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  • Asset Division

    There are two key concepts for asset division: 1) defining what exactly is (and isn’t) marital; and, 2) noting Georgia does not require an equal division of property.

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  • Child Support

    Child support is financial support that is paid from one parent to another to help pay for the various costs associated with raising the minor children.

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  • Alimony

    Alimony is an allowance out of one spouse’s (or ex-spouse’s) separate estate for the support of the other spouse when the spouses are living separately.

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