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A common law marriage is one in which a couple deems themselves married without legal documentation, such as a marriage license, or without having a ceremony. Contrary to popular belief, common law marriage is not substantiated when a couple lives together for a set number of years, but, must abide by a set number of state-qualified qualifications in order to file as such.

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One of the most misunderstood elements of a marriage is the prenuptial and postnuptial agreement. Popular myths and assumptions include thinking these agreements spoil a truly romantic marriage, or are only for super-rich celebrities who want to avoid situations where people marry them for their money.

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Grandparent Rights in Georgia by Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor

While not as common as cases involving parental rights, we do see quite a few grandparent's rights cases that involve visitation and (less commonly) custody. If you're a grandparent, you might wonder when you have the right to claim legal visitation and custody—and you might not even know that you had these rights.

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