Keon Family Law

Overview

Filing a divorce petition is the first step in the divorce process. It is usually filed under the “no fault” provision of the law. You should have legal representation if you have children, assets, or spousal support is an issue. The petition must be filed with the Superior Court of t...

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Children are affected by the things that go on around them, and divorce can affect them in so many different ways. This includes children of all ages. Whether a divorce is amiable or spiteful and vicious, the separation of a child’s parents will more than likely be a life-altering event.

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The Supreme Court of Georgia partially overturned a judgment of the trial court omitting from the marital estate, on equitable division, $3.2 million of marital assets transferred by husband into irrevocable trusts during the marriage. The Court found that $1.3 million of those assets should not hav...

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Choosing an attorney can be a very stressful endeavor. You want to select an attorney who takes the burden of your case off you and delivers results. Consider the following characteristics so you feel confident that your case is diligently handled and you are treated respectfully.

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Everyone contemplating divorce should have a consultation with a practicing family law attorney. Consultations typically last one to two hours and are confidential. One attorney cannot give legal advice to both parties without violating Georgia State Bar Rules. Hiring an attorney for representatio...

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