Articles From Howard Law Group

Types of Divorce in Georgia

Georgia, like other states, has a no-fault divorce where neither spouse has to prove that the other one did anything wrong.

Child Support in Georgia

Parents have an obligation to provide financial support for their children. For noncustodial parents, this is done through child support payments.

Division of Marital Property in a Georgia Divorce

Georgia is an “equitable distribution” state when it comes to diving marital property in a divorce.

Grounds for Divorce in Georgia

Like all the other states in the union, Georgia employs a no-fault divorce which means you can obtain a dissolution of marriage without having to prove that your spouse did anything wrong.
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