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Two Divorce Lawyers or One Divorce Lawyer?

By Robert Jones | Oct 26, 2017

Can We Both Use the Same Attorney in a Georgia Uncontested Divorce? If you and your spouse agree on all or most of the issues in your divorce and have decided to use an uncontested process, this is a common question. One attorney can handle the divorce.  But you both need to understand the relationship…

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Parenting Plans in a Georgia Uncontested Divorce

By Robert Jones | Oct 24, 2017

Parenting Plans are Required in Georgia Divorces if a Minor Child is Involved In any contested or uncontested divorce in Georgia in which there is a minor child born to the parties or adopted by the parties, a Parenting Plan is required.  Parenting Plans have been required in Georgia since January 1, 2008. We will…

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Child Support Calculation

Child Support Calculation

By Robert Jones | Oct 3, 2017

Child Support Calculation in an Uncontested Divorce: Without question, the single most disputed issue in uncontested divorce cases that involve children is the Child Support calculation.  But, although circumstances that affect the child support amount vary from case-to-case, the actual Child Support calculation in an uncontested divorce in Georgia is fairly straightforward — if you…

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Venue in Uncontested Divorce

Georgia Divorce Venue

By Robert Jones | Sep 29, 2017

Venue for Uncontested Divorce: Venue for uncontested divorce refers to the proper county within the State of Georgia to hear a particular case. Generally speaking, under the Georgia Constitution, the defendant is entitled to be sued in the county of his or her residence. However, there is an exception for divorces. A divorce may be filed…

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Cost of an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

Cost of an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

By Robert Jones | Sep 20, 2017

What is the Cost of an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia? Everything considered, the cost of an uncontested divorce in Georgia may be as little as about $300 to over $3,000.  But, using our process, we charge much less than that.  Of course, that assumes that you start with the idea that your case is going…

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Uncontested Divorce Process — Briefly

By Robert Jones | Sep 19, 2017

Our Uncontested Divorce Process: This is a general description of the steps for starting, filing and completing an uncontested divorce in the Georgia counties in which we offer full service representation for uncontested matters.  Of course, we vary the process a bit as necessary from case to case to fit the individual needs of our…

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Financial Affidavits for Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

By Georgia Uncontested Divorce | Aug 13, 2017

What is a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit? A Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit is a sworn statement (under oath) that  lists your assets and summarizing your monthly income, expenses and the debts that you owe.  Basically, it is a snapshot of your financial condition. Why Do I Need to Complete a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit? Domestic…

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Getting a Certified Copy of Your Decree

By Robert Jones | Jul 18, 2017

Your Divorce is Final.  Now What? A certified copy of your divorce decree (or any other document from the divorce case) can be obtained ONLY from the Clerk of Superior Court of the county in which your divorce occurred.  Court case records, including divorce cases, are public records.  Anyone can get them at any time. …

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Uncontested Divorce Process

By Robert Jones | Jul 11, 2017

Our Uncontested Divorce Process — An Introduction: This is a general description of the steps for starting, filing and completing an uncontested divorce in the Georgia counties in which we offer representation for uncontested matters.  Please note that, in some counties, we offer representation only for cases that do not involve minor children only.  In…

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