Keon Family Law

The incorporation of a property settlement agreement into a final decree of divorce does not always provide clarity and finality regarding the parties’ issues. Through oversight, lack of communication, or poor drafting, a settlement agreement’s provisions may not accurately or fully reflect the...

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If preparing to file for divorce or in the midst of a divorce action, the following conduct should absolutely be avoided. This list is by no means exhaustive.

● Wiretapping. You may suspect that your spouse is committing adultery, but do not attempt to prove it by clandestinely recording conver...

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When courts divvy up marital assets in a divorce, they often face issues regarding whether to classify real estate either as marital property or separate property. The issue becomes critical because a court’s final decree of divorce divides all marital assets between the parties in a manner that...

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The filing of a divorce action and the separation of the parties do not necessarily prevent consideration of end spousal misconduct which led to the dissolution of the marriage. Adultery, cruel treatment, and harassment that preceded a divorce action can continue throughout the proceedings. The issu...

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Adultery not only ruins marriages, but it also has legal significance in divorce.

Adultery by either spouse during the marriage creates fault grounds for a total divorce under Georgia law.(1) Adultery in that context is defined as sexual intercourse with a person of either sex other than one’s...

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