Keon Family Law

Going to court is usually very stressful, no matter why you have to be there. Even if you think you are a generally organized and calm person, in the midst of such pressures as arguing for your fair share of assets in a divorce or trying to gain custody of your child(ren), you might get frazzled. In...

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Sometimes a spouse will transfer property, such as financial accounts, paid up life insurance policies, a business or real estate to an entity, person or irrevocable trust without the other spouse’s knowledge or consent during the marriage and prior to filing for divorce. These transactions are us...

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Trusts are established for estate planning and asset protection. In several recent cases counsel has handled, however, they appear to have been used primarily as vehicles to shelter marital assets from equitable division in divorce.

In a recent trial, a Husband placed $3.3 million of marital asset...

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Absent an agreement or a specific statutory entitlement, all litigants, win or lose, must pay their own attorneys’ fees. The Georgia legislature, in the area of domestic relations, enacted two statutory entitlements to (a) ensure that both parties have the ability to obtain effective legal represe...

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Grandparents do have the right to seek Court ordered visitation, but only when the parents are involved in court proceedings such as divorce, termination of parental rights, or adoption by a blood relative or stepparent. Kunz v. Bailey, S11G0867, decided January 13, 2012.

In Kunz, there was an ad...

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