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Month: August 2015

Family Law Anniversary

Tonight's post about an Anniversary in Family Law was written by our Savannah Family Law attorney, Professor David Purvis.Birthdays, wedding anniversaries, sometimes divorce anniversaries: we celebrate annual milestones in life, in part because it provides a reminder...

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Divorce: Thanks, Ashley Madison

Tonight's post on divorce, Ashley Madison style, was written by our Gainesville and Lawrenceville divorce attorney, Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall.The Ashley Madison story that broke this week has sparked a national conversation about marital infidelity. Ashley...

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Daisy and Domestic Violence

Tonight's post on pets and domestic violence is from our newest family law Attorney practicing in Marietta and Atlanta, Megan McClinton. In 2011, a Georgia bill that would have redefined family and domestic violence died on the vine.I was recently reminded...

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Divorce by Advertisement?

Tonight's post on advertising your divorce was written by our Gainesville and Lawrenceville divorce attorney, Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall.The newspaper advertises yard sales, job listings, and . . . divorce? Yes, divorce.I recently consulted with a woman who was...

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Social Media and Family Law

Tonight's post on Social Media and Family Law was written by our Atlanta and Lawrenceville attorney, Brandy Alexander.How many times have you ever said to yourself, "WOW let me take a picture of that (insert thing here) and post it on Facebook?"We live in a world...

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Divorce: The Enemy Within, Part II

Tonight, our ill-fated fellow's divorce saga continues. To read Part I, click here.Your eyes fly open at first light. You've got to get up before anyone comes in. No one can know that you spent the night crashed on your office sofa. The gossip would be...

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Divorce: The Enemy Within, Part I

She just told you that she wants out; she wants a divorce.  You're shocked. You did not see this coming. You haven't even fought or disagreed in a long time. Just the other night, the two of you had a very nice date night.What you don't know but...

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Custody and the Boy Who Cried Wolf

Tonight's post on The Boy Who Cried Wolf in a custody case was written by our Savannah family law attorney, David Purvis.I have previously discussed my concerns with the abuse of the ex parte process in family law. This week I watched an opposing party go down in...

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