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Georgia is an equitable division state. This means that, upon divorce, the parties’ assets are divided equitably, according to the circumstances of the case, not necessarily equally. So...Read More
Deciding who will get the pets after a divorce can be one of the most contentious issues in a divorce case. However, the battle over pets is not a custody battle. Even if you consider your...Read More
The short answer to whether trust assets are subject to equitable division in Georgia is no. Now for the longer answer…Read More
Are stock options marital property? The short answer is: it depends. Depending on why the options were granted and when the options a exercisable by the employee spouse, stock options...Read More
During divorce, 529 college savings accounts are often neglected because many divorcing parents assume that the asset belongs to their child. In fact, a 529 plan, although intended to benefit...Read More
n its article titled: “Has Student Loan Debt Impeded Your Romantic Relationships?” the American Bar Association discussed a new phenomenon experienced by some graduates of...Read More
Certain portions of personal injury awards, personal injury settlements or workers’ compensation awards may be deemed marital property upon divorce in Georgia. In determining whether a...Read More