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For many people, getting divorced can trigger concerns about bankruptcy. Whether financial strains played a role in the deterioration of your marriage or you are worried about meeting your financial obligations once your divorce is final, if you are thinking about bankruptcy, planning ahead and making smart decisions during the divorce process can pay dividends down the line.

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When facing a custody case, one of the most frustrating aspects can be familiarizing yourself with the terminology being used. What exactly does Joint Custody mean in Georgia? What does the distinction between legal custody and physical custody mean? Why does that matter to me?

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It’s important that both the custodial and non-custodial parent know when child support for a minor will end. It has a large bearing on planning for the future for both parties, either paying child support, or receiving child support. Knowing when child support payments end is crucial for both parents. There is standard language in Georgia law that governs this issue which reads as follows:

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