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Do You Need Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Coverage?

Also known as (UM) and (UIM) coverage, uninsured motorist and underinsured motorist coverage may cover expenses such as vehicle damage, medical treatment for you and your passengers, lost wages and funeral expenses. In the event a driver is struck by an uninsured motorist their policy would kick in to cover the above-mentioned expenses up to the policy amount. Underinsured motorist coverage is different in that it would kick in after the at fault party’s insurance policy is exhausted.

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Reducing Stress for Children During a Divorce

Unfortunately, this can expose children to adult situations that they are not emotionally equipped to handle. Experts note that the trauma of a divorce for some children can impact other areas of their lives including grades, social connections and mental health. For this reason, it is important to limit the child’s exposure to some of the adult-based scenarios that arise during a divorce proceeding. 

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Can Fathers Be Arrested for Interference with Custody?

Until the unwed father goes through the legitimation process, he does not have any enforceable rights as to the child. In fact, in this instance, if there is ever a dispute as to who gets the right to visitation the mother of the child controls due to the lack of a legitimized child.

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Georgia Court Examples of “Substantial Change in Circumstances” for Divorce Modifications

The State of Georgia provides a legal procedure for modification of alimony or child support payments. The modification process applies to those cases where periodic installments have been granted. When the Court issues a final order it intends for it’s final decree to be the last word on the issues of custody and alimony and limits each parties ability to filed motions for modifications. In fact, in order for a party to modify an order of child support within two years of the previous order they must show a substantial change in circumstances.

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Are Lottery Winnings a Marital Asset?

A divorce is not final until the court enters what is called a “final decree” outlining the terms such as how property will be divided and whether either party will receive support. This typically doesn’t create conflict due to most divorcing couples refraining from acquiring additional assets until their divorce has concluded. Unfortunately, the timing of life events is not always ideal.

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Are Older Couple’s Divorce Rates Increasing?

A recent article published by Kiplinger looked at the steady increase in the rate of divorce amongst Baby Boomers since the 1990’s. This particular group of divorce candidates have been referred to as a “grey divorce”. There are several theories noted throughout the...

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Is It Time for A Divorce?

Sometimes signs that we may need to evaluate our relationship can be all around us. Sometimes it comes in the form of persistent arguments, infidelity or simply a feeling that the relationship isn’t providing the same fulfillment it once was. The question becomes, how can you tell if you should begin to consider divorce or work to maintain the relationship.

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