Keon Family Law

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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Overview

Mediation is an effective process in which a neutral third party tries to help a divorcing couple come to consensus on their legal issues. Each party and their attorney are generally in one room and the spouse and the spouse’s attorney are in another room so that people can speak freely...

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This is one of the most important decisions you will make once you have decided you want a divorce. There are Do’s and Don’ts in the selection process.

DO'S:

1) DO consider the referral source. Attorneys are good barometers of their colleague’s abilities and experience. Former clients who ha...

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Overview

As discussed in our Child Custody post, a parenting plan outlines all of the details of the physical and legal custody of a child that are agreed upon by their parents and approved by a judge. These plans are required in all divorce cases that involve children.

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Overview

Getting a divorce is nerve-racking enough, and can be more so when there are children involved. The legalities behind custody can be confusing, so below are a few of the basics.

Sole Physical vs. Joint Physical

Sole Physical Custody is when a child lives with one parent most of the t...

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