Three Myths of Child Support in Georgia

Read More...

Child Custody and Relocation in Georgia

After a divorce, the primary caregiver may decide to relocate. Therefore, a modification of the child custody agreement is required. In the state of Georgia, each case is handled on an individual basis. Although there are several factors under consideration, the exact direction in which the case will go varies depending on which factors are […]

Read More...

Preserve a Lifetime of Hard Work through a Carefully Crafted Will

The will and probate attorneys at SM&P would be the first to tell you that you need a will. However, do not let the panic surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic rush you into making a will that is not well contemplated. To do so would defeat the purpose of your will, which is to ensure that […]

Read More...

Intentional Marriage

At Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor, especially during times of crisis, we believe in helping our clients protect their families and assets. In the more than 30 years founding partner Mary Montgomery has been practicing family law, she has realized that many couples considering divorce have not thought through the process and may be unaware there are […]

Read More...

Handling Your Divorce (and What Comes After) In the Age of COVID-19

Every American family has been impacted in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic. It has already changed the very nature of who we are as a society and how we interact with each other in our day-to-day lives. “Social distancing” used to refer to something you did to end a bad relationship and was often […]

Read More...