The formerly married hosts of a television show, Flip or Flop, recently surprised fans by deciding to continue working on their show together despite the end of their marriage. The couple became yet another example of a high-profile divorce consuming the news and the minds of curious third parties eager to know the private details […]
Just a few short months after getting married on the controversial television show “90 Day Fiancé,” Cherokee County, Georgia couple Molly and Luis Mendez filed for divorce. The explanation given for the divorce, as cited on documents filed in court, was that the marriage was “irretrievably broken with no hope of reconciliation.” This typically means […]
When going through a divorce in Georgia, you will need to deal with issues concerning the division of marital property and assets. This includes real estate and personal property, such as homes, cars, and furnishings, as well as financial accounts, including savings, pensions, and 401(k) retirement accounts.
Spouses of active military members have a lot to consider when contemplating divorce. Divorce is an emotional and often complex topic by itself, but divorcing someone in the military presents a unique set of challenges. Making the wrong choices throughout the military divorce process could jeopardize a potential settlement.