At this point, you've likely seen any or all of the following, lighthearted posts on social media. The basketball fan who cannot indulge in March Madness because the NCAA indefinitely suspended the remainder of the season, and is now faced with actual conversation with his significant other. The employee whose office implemented a thirty-day remote schedule, and her idea of remote work consists of watching reruns of "The Office." The forlorn parents who, on day two of schools being closed, are ready to send all of their children back to school.
Making the decision to file for divorce is the first of many choices. Often times, it's the easiest.
Probably your first task, when you are going to look for a family law attorney, is to decide whether you are looking for a problem solver or a problem seeker.
When we reflect on the Roaring Twenties we usually think of speakeasies, the Ford Model-T, and pomp and flair as illustrated in The Great Gatsby. The 1920's was a century ago and we may not see our connection to their definition of family, and marriage. However, the 2020's is still connected to the past. A tree branch cannot exist without its roots, no matter their differences. The overall perspective of marriage was, and still is, shaped by the economy and gender roles 100 years later.
Deciding to file documents to end your marriage in a Georgia court may be one of the most life-changing decisions you'll ever make. If you have children, your decision is not only going to have an impact on your own life but the lives of each of your children, as well. Divorce can be highly stressful. That's why it's a good idea to stay on top of yours and your children's emotional and physical good health during proceedings.
I am enjoying watching some of my colleagues battling for various Ms. Congeniality awards fostered by an endless supply of vendors who constantly dream up new ways to create a little business and revenue for themselves.
When a Georgia couple makes the choice to file for divorce, they know there is a long and possibly complicated process ahead. It's not easy to make the decision to end a marriage, as this choice will bring various changes to multiple areas of a person's life. To make this process less complicated, some couples opt for a collaborative divorce.
How do we make decisions? How do we come to our judgments? Do we gather evidence? Do we actively attempt to be aware of and hopefully free from bias? Do we use analysis? Do we use reason? Do we weigh all the options, evaluate the probabilities? Is our goal to be accurate, to render a true judgment? Or is our goal to just be right, because, after all, we are always right?
The Manely Firm has been helping families for 30 years. All of those years our first consultations have been free. Over the course of 30 years we have helped thousands upon thousands of clients in family law. Over the course of 30 years we have consulted with, provided critical information to tens of thousands of potential clients in divorce, modification, contempt and every other facet of family law.
"You are always on my case!" she screams as she slams her door.