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Will Seeing a Psychiatrist or Psychologist Hurt My Divorce or Child Custody Case?

Sadly, a stigma still exists in the United States about mental health—enough to prevent many people from seeking treatment. In fact, you may even feel that seeing a psychiatrist or psychologist for legitimate mental health issues may hurt your divorce or child custody case. Basically, you may believe that a judge will apply the same stigma to your case that often exists in society—that people with mental illness have something “wrong” with them—and that you are not mentally equipped to take care of your children as well as your spouse.

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Domestic partnerships are becoming more common and are gaining more media attention. Each state and jurisdiction has different requirements regarding domestic partnerships, and keeping track of the different laws by state can be a confusing endeavor. We've put together some important points for those seeking domestic partnership agreements in Georgia.

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Custody Case won by Attorneys Lance Dutton & Jennifer Brown

Attorney Lance Dutton of Stearns-Montgomery & Procter recently won an appeal assisted by Attorney Jennifer Brown for the benefit of a father seeking custody of his child.

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