With all the changes occurring in your family as you go through a divorce, updating your emergency preparedness plan likely isn’t one of your top concerns. However, it’s important to have a new plan that involves both your and your co-parent – and possibly other...
What does it mean to co-parent?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | May 26, 2022 | Family Law
Parents who aren’t in a relationship any longer have to determine how they’re going to handle the parenting arrangement. One option that they have is to use the co-parenting method of parenting the children. Co-parenting means that you and your ex will work closely...
The hidden costs of divorce
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | May 16, 2022 | Family Law
Many people feel terrible when it appears obvious that their marriage is not working. And then some spouses are so toxic that the other party wishes to end the union without delays. One issue that could arise when heading to Georgia family court is a spouse soon...
Can your ex’s parents demand visitation rights?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Apr 29, 2022 | Family Law
For most of us, when we marry our partner, we marry our partner’s family, too. We become co-mingled with our in-laws, sharing holidays, special events and traditions. When children come along, grandparents can become heavily invested in their grandchildren’s lives,...
Tips for parenting after a divorce
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Apr 19, 2022 | Family Law
A divorce means that you and your ex will have to figure out how to raise the children together. Your kids need to have consistency and support from both parents. This isn’t always going to be easy. In order to make the parenting relationship work, you have to know...
Why a good support system is essential during your divorce
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Mar 20, 2022 | Family Law
During a divorce, you’ll go through a lot of emotions. Even if you and your spouse separate on good terms, divorce can be painful and frustrating. For most, having a support system is invaluable during this transitional time. Unfortunately, building this support...
Should I hire a certified divorce financial analyst?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Mar 18, 2022 | Family Law
While divorce takes an emotional toll, most Georgia couples will also face financial consequences after their split. Navigating those consequences can be tricky as you may have no idea what you will face. A certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) can help you...
Is it time to modify the child support order?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Mar 9, 2022 | Family Law
When a couple that shares a child divorces, the court may order the non-custodial parent to make child support payments to the custodial parent. Child support payments are meant to cover the child’s food, clothing, healthcare and other needs. A child support order is...
Is your co-parent being unreasonable?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Feb 21, 2022 | Family Law
Parenting children with your ex after you split up is sometimes a difficult journey. While you both want what’s best for the kids, you might be unable to work together. This is especially difficult if your ex is being unreasonable. There are several things that you...
How do I make co-parenting work after divorce?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jan 21, 2022 | Family Law
When a relationship has deteriorated beyond repair, the couple involved may decide to seek divorce. However, while the divorce might signal the end of the romantic relationship, it is important to understand that “it is never over” if there are children involved. One...
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