The most important factor if a couple is considering living together during a divorce is safety.
Month: March 2022
The failure to pay child support in the State of Georgia may result in the non-custodial parent being held in contempt, suspension of driver’s license, denial of passport and possible jail time.
The important thing to remember is that regardless of the income or status of the parties involved, the considerations before the Court are the same. The Court will always look to ensure that the child’s interest are protected and that property is divided fairly.
In the State of Georgia the Superior Court has jurisdiction over divorce and child custody related matters. An order from the court determining child custody can result from the initiation of a divorce proceeding where children are involved or a legitimation...