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How to Face a Divorce Later in Life
or After a Long Marriage

Couples who divorce after a long marriage often split up for the same reasons that younger couples do. Things like infidelity, money troubles, regrets about past decisions, or even because they simply no longer get along together often lead to divorce for people over 50. As couples age, health issues, depression caused by the loss…
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How to Co-Parent After Divorce

Co-parenting after a divorce is seldom easy. This is particularly true if you have a disputatious ex-partner. You may have genuine concerns about your ex’s parenting style or still feel so emotional about the divorce that you’re not sure if you will ever find a way to overcome all the resentment you still hold toward…
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Child Custody Laws in Georgia Explained

Divorce is never easy. When the divorce involves children and which parent they should live with, it often becomes more difficult and complex. In some cases, even though you initially worked out an amicable custody arrangement during your divorce proceedings, you may find things are not working out as expected and discover that you need…
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Understanding Child Support In Georgia

Every child in Georgia deserves to be cared for both physically and financially. Child support laws help ensure that happens. As you work toward an agreement, however, it can be helpful to understand how the process works.
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Who Gets Custody?

Every parent wants what is best for their children. Sometimes, however, parents disagree on what that is. At Speights Law, our lawyers strive to help parents in Canton and the surrounding areas of Georgia work out child custody arrangements that support the best interests of the children involved.
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When Can Police Legally Search my Vehicle?

In general, police cannot search your car without a warrant or your permission. However, it is important to understand the exceptions to that rule to make sure your rights are not being violated.
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