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Going through a divorce? Don't face this hard time alone

Ask Georgians about the most stressful or emotional situation they have been through, and it's likely that a majority of them will mention divorce. The end of a marriage is a very painful experience. When you get married, you basically enter into a lifelong contract with your spouse. When you no longer want to be married, you break that contract, in a sense. While getting out of a marriage is possible, it's not an easy task. It requires a lot of time, money, paperwork and negotiation. In extreme cases, it may even require a lot of litigation.

Divorce encompasses a variety of issues, including property division, child custody, child support and spousal support. Finalizing a divorce can be time-consuming because there will likely be disputes along the way. Very few marriages end smoothly. Each situation is unique, so your lawyer will review your circumstances and advise you on the best course of action.

Georgia law states that assets are to be divided fairly in a divorce. This does not necessarily mean that property will be split evenly. It is recommended that you avoid going to court whenever possible. Not only is this approach costly, but it gives control to a judge. By negotiating with your ex-spouse, you both will have control of your property - the way it ought to be.

Unfortunately, you may feel all alone as you battle with your ex-spouse over assets and children. A divorce will affect your life in various ways, including physically, emotionally and financially. The good news is that with the right family law attorney on your side, you will be able to get through your divorce and prepare for life after marriage.

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