Divorce and other family law related issues can be some of the most difficult life events a person will ever face. The outcome, even the process itself, can change the entire course of a person’s life. Often, much of the emotional stress and concern surrounding these events arises from fear of the unknown. Naturally, anyone facing the prospect of a divorce or other family law related issue is confronted with endless doubts and questions. The following section is designed to answer some of the questions you may have concerning the legal aspects of divorce or other family law related issues in Georgia. Because every case is unique, the answers provided are general. This information is not a substitute for competent legal representation.
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