Celebrity Family Law – Ron White divorce
When a spouse files for divorce, there are several facts which must be sworn to on the Petition for Divorce,... Read More
Get Married or Go to Jail?
Imagine a Judge giving you a choice – get married or go to jail. This is essentially what happened to a Texas... Read More
Rights and Benefits of Marriage
As Atlanta Divorce attorneys, we often write about the four core topics of divorce, which include equitable... Read More
One Woman, Ten Marriages
In Georgia, a person can only enter into the contract of marriage if he/she: (1) is of sound mind, (2) is at least... Read More
In-laws and Marital Success
It is often said that when you get married, you are not just marrying your spouse but, rather, that you are also... Read More
Changing Your Name After Getting Married – Should You Do It?
Unless you live under a rock or do not follow any kind of news, you likely know that George Clooney recently married... Read More
Cheap Wedding = Happy Marriage?
Thanks, in part, to television and movies, many people associate the start of a marriage with a big, expensive, over... Read More
Study Finds Link Between Height and Marital Success
Ladies, have you ever turned down a date with someone or broken up with a person because of his height – or... Read More
The Effect of Employment on Divorce
According to a new study concentrating on the impact of spousal employment on divorce suggests that there is a... Read More
Should I Tell My Spouse I Cheated?
As Atlanta divorce attorneys, it is not uncommon for us to see marriages irreparably damaged when one spouse reveals... Read More
Prenuptial Agreements on the Rise Nationwide
The connotation that prenuptial agreements are legal tools that are only useful to the wealthy is still widely... Read More
Infidelity is one of the leading factors that lead to divorce in Georgia and nationwide. However, romantic... Read More
Should I Confront My Spouse’s Lover?
Post affair, the other woman (or man) is likely the object of several of your most intense negative emotions. You... Read More
Cheating Spouse’s Guide to Rebuilding Marriage Post Adultery
You’ve cheated. You are laden with feelings of guilt and despair, and desperately want to come clean with... Read More
My Spouse Cheated. Should I Seek Divorce?
The decision whether to stay or seek a divorce is a very personal decision, and it is one that only you can make.... Read More
Asset Protection Alternatives to Prenuptial Agreements
Prenuptial agreements, otherwise known as antenuptial agreements or prenups, are becoming increasingly popular as... Read More
Is Your Spouse’s Income Hurting Your Marriage?
Does your husband make less money than you? Does your wife have a higher income? If you are a husband or wife who... Read More
Ask These Questions Before Marriage, Or Learn the Answers During Divorce
Thinking of getting married in the near future? If so, there are a few key financial questions that you should ask... Read More
Is Failure to Consummate the Marriage Grounds for Annulment?
No. Not in Georgia anyway. As Georgia divorce attorneys we have often found that it is a common misnomer that... Read More
Happily Ever After: Telling the Kids (and the Ex)
Upon divorce, remarriage is often the last thing on a new divorcée’s mind. But, there is life after... Read More
Happily Ever After: The Money Talk
We all enjoy having money, but for some reason money isn’t always the most popular topic of conversation,... Read More
Case Law Update: United States v. Windsor, executor of the estate of Spyer, et al.
The United States Supreme Court just ruled that Section 3 of the Federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is... Read More
Lower Divorce Costs: Sign a Pre-nup
Let’s face it; you wouldn’t agree to enter into a business partnership without a written... Read More
Happily Ever After: Got Cold Feet?
As you think about our upcoming wedding day, are you experiencing an overwhelming sense of joy and happiness, or... Read More
Happily Ever After: Who the Bleep Did I Marry?
How well do you really know your future spouse? Many future husbands or wives to be may scoff at this question... Read More
Happily Ever After: Are you Marrying Someone With Children?
Learn More About Co-Parenting & Child Custody Below Read Our Top Co-Parenting Tips Sample Visitation... Read More
Happily Ever After: Top 10 Wedding Fights and How You Can Avoid Them
In this sixth installment of our series concerning engagement and marriage in Georgia, we discuss an occurrence... Read More
Happily Ever After: Does Your Best Friend Pose a Risk to Your Future Marriage?
Will your best friend sabotage your future marriage? Most individuals considering marriage in Georgia would... Read More
Happily Ever After: Cutting the Apron Strings
In this third installment of Happily Ever After, our series concerning engagement and marriage in Georgia, we... Read More
Happily Ever After: 5 Things to Think About Before Walking Down the Aisle
In this second installment of our series Happily Ever After, we will discuss a few issues that any couple seeking... Read More
Happily Ever After: Getting Married in Georgia
In this first installment of Happily Ever After, a series offering helpful tips to those considering marriage in... Read More
5 Excuses Spouses Use To Stay In Failing Marriages
Often, when a marriage begins to deteriorate, both spouses know it. However, despite this knowledge, many spouses... Read More
More couples choosing to cohabitate, but remain unmarried
In Georgia and in other parts of the country, more and more couples are choosing to live together without getting... Read More
Bigamy case in Cobb County, Georgia
In Georgia, to be able to enter a valid marriage, a person must “have no living spouse of a previous unresolved... Read More
Prohibited marriages in Georgia – Degrees of relationship
In Georgia, there are certain degrees of relationship within which marriage is prohibited. Specifically, marriage... Read More
Prohibited marriages in Georgia – Same sex marriage
In Georgia, same sex marriage is prohibited. Specifically, Georgia law states that it is “the public policy of... Read More
Common law marriage in Georgia
Atlanta divorce attorneys are often asked about common law marriage. According to Georgia law, “no common-law... Read More
Age Requirement for Marriage in Georgia
In Georgia, a person must be at least 18 years of age to legally marry. OCGA §19-3-2(a)(2). The oneexception to... Read More