Utah’s Polygamy Law Challenged
In Georgia, as in most other states, a person can only be married to one person at a time. In order for a marriage... Read More
Divorce and Frozen Embryos
With the advances in reproductive technology (such as in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, and... Read More
Is Your Spouse a “Divorce Bully”?
We are all pretty familiar with the concept of bullying, especially in the context of school or even work. But... Read More
Would You Ever Take a Divorce Selfie?
Yes, you read that correctly, a divorce selfie. Although selfies are generally reserved for happy or celebratory... Read More
Online Tools that Can Help Strengthen your Marriage
In this digital age, the internet is a multifaceted tool that can be used in a variety of ways. From facilitating... Read More
What is a Temporary Protective Order?
A Temporary Protective Order, often referred to as a TPO, is a documents issued by a court that orders an abuser to... Read More
Restraining Order Etiquette
Some parents post every tiny detail of their child’s life on Facebook and other social media sites. Other... Read More
Should I Hire a Private Investigator?
Hiring a private investigator may seem like an extreme measure to take during your Georgia divorce. But in some... Read More
Resolving Disputes About the Settlement Agreement
The majority of divorces are resolved pursuant to a settlement agreement. This means that the parties negotiated... Read More
Can A Girlfriend/Boyfriend Be Claimed As A Tax Break?
An article on cnn.com entitled "My girlfriend is a tax break" recently caught my eye. "My girlfriend is a tax... Read More
Georgia Adoption Facts: Part 1
The adoption process in Georgia is complex and may seem overwhelming and intimidating at first impression. However,... Read More
New Jersey Mothers May Restrict Putative Fathers’ Access to Delivery Room
In an opinion rendered and authored by Judge Mohammed, New Jersey's Superior Court ruled that in cases when the... Read More