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Adultery As A Ground For Divorce

Adultery As A Ground For Divorce

Adultery is one of thirteen grounds that you can choose from when obtaining a divorce. Adultery can be found in the conduct of either party after the marriage. There are some circumstances where adultery cannot be utilized as a ground for divorce. O.C.G.A § 19-5-4...
Business Owners and Divorce

Business Owners and Divorce

Business Owners have special considerations that must be addressed during a divorce. It is often said that all divorces are different and this is especially true for a business owner. Here are just (5) issues that make this type of divorce unique and why experienced...
How To Split An IRA In Divorce

How To Split An IRA In Divorce

In Georgia, an IRA in a divorce is treated like other liquid assets of the parties if acquired during marriage. IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account and delays paying taxes on money until it is withdrawn. Although similar to a 401 (K), it is not managed by an...