Keon Family Law

Situations often arise where separated spouses desiring to divorce no longer reside in the same county, or even in the same state. Where at least one spouse remains in the state, or the parties have property here, a spouse may wish to file for divorce in Georgia. In order to do so, certain constitut...

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Personal property owned by either or both spouses often includes ownership interests in family or other closely held businesses, as well as investment portfolios comprised of stocks, mutual funds, and bonds. The extent to which such business interests and investment portfolios constitute marital pro...

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When parents fight over the custody of a minor child, they easily can catch the child in the crossfire of their dispute. Emotional turmoil and upheaval is a given. Worse, either parent, or both of them, may pursue objectives which do not further the child’s best interests. That unfortunate scenario...

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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 inte...

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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 conversa...

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