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Focus on Your Family webinar series. The Enneagram and how it can help your marriage?

Jenni Brown Esq and Shannon Anderson Enneagram coach, dive into the Enneagram personality tool and discuss how you can utilize it to better your relationships. (770) 422-4241 Shannon Anderson Take the test Read More

What To Look For In A Criminal Defense Lawyer

There is nothing more frightening and that can cause long term damage to you, your family and your future than to be arrested and charged with a crime. Whether you are guilty or innocent of the crime you have been charged with, it's important that you understand your rights. A criminal offense on your record can have an extremely negative effect on your life and future. Most jobs, landlords, and money lending Read More

What Is Divorce Mediation?

Divorce mediation is a process where you and your spouse meet with a neutral third party, called a mediator, to discuss and resolve the issues of your marriage without going to court. If both people are cooperative in negotiating their issues and reaching an agreement, mediation can be less stressful, take less time and cost less than a traditional divorce that is negotiated in court. Participating in divorce Read More

$2 Trillion Dollar coronavirus relief bill set to pass the senate!

What does the bill mean for you?After days of intense discussions, the White House and Senate leaders reached an agreement early Wednesday on a massive $2 trillion dollars coronavirus spending bill aimed at alleviating the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. The bill is being drafted and will be voted on by the House and Senate in the next few days. Although the full text of the bill is not yet known, it Read More

Domestic Violence in Georgia

How can you protect yourself and your family?Domestic violence is without a doubt one of the highest health concerns in the United States. Understanding its legal definition can help you to act in a safe and effective way. According to the United States Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, the definition of domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one Read More

Child Support

How does Georgia Calculate Child Support?Child support can be a stressful and antagonistic topic for parents. Whether you’ve just separated and need money to support your child(ren) or you’re trying to enforce an order against a parent who won’t pay up, it is important to be well informed and have the support of a knowledgeable family law attorney. When parents' divorce or separate, the court will order the Read More

Is Lockdown due to COVID-19 making your marriage problems worse?

How should you prepare for a divorce in Georgia?Due to the recent outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States many families are faced or will be soon faced with self-isolation and lockdowns. Experts suggest that American couples’ current circumstances could cause an increase in break ups and divorces, because managing relationships with family members and partners while in close confines for Read More

Contested vs Uncontested Divorce.

What is the difference?While all every divorce case is unique yours will either be Uncontested or Contested. So, what's the difference? Uncontested Divorce Stated most simply an uncontested divorce is when BOTH parties agree to the material terms of the divorce. This includes child custody, child support, alimony, division of debts, division of assets and attorney's fees. Most people want to end the marriage as Read More


Spousal Support in Georgia, how does it work?Alimony or spousal support is a monthly payment made by one spouse to another in accordance with either a settlement agreement or a court decision. The purpose of alimony is to balance any unfair economic outcomes caused by a divorce, for example, when a stay-at-home parent suddenly needs a source of income after the divorce but has never held a job. How is the alimony Read More

Child Custody Basics

What to know about custody in Georgia?When parents get divorced, the divorce decree will specify child custody agreements which contains the details of which parent the child(ren) will live with and the circumstances under which the other parent will visit with the child(ren). Sometimes, parents work out these arrangements between themselves and others with the assistance of their attorneys, a mediator, or Read More