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Aug 25 2017

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CONNECTING PROBLEMS WITH SOLUTIONS

CONNECTING PROBLEMS
WITH SOLUTIONS

CONNECTING PROBLEMS
WITH SOLUTIONS

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WITH SOLUTIONS

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WITH SOLUTIONS

About Divorce Law.

You are on our website because you are at a turning point. Getting divorced is a difficult decision and navigating divorce requires finesse. You want someone who can fight as necessary, keep you (and your children’s) best interest in focus, and help you to keep your eye on long term impacts. That’s what we do at Shapiro Law Group. With kindness and with regard for the exorbitant expenses that can accompany divorce.

Practice Areas.

  • Contested Divorce
  • Uncontested Divorce
  • Temporary Orders
  • Child Custody
  • Modifications
  • Contempt of Court

About Children and Divorce Law.

Managing a divorce process which involves children is very challenging. Custody issues, behavioral issues and changes to schedules need to be considered in working through your divorce process. In Georgia, the divorce courts prefer that parents place a priority on the welfare and care of their children.

Practice Areas.

  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Modifications
  • Visitation Rights
  • Parenting Agreements

About Family Law Law.

The Shapiro Law Group provides legal counsel for Divorce, Legitimation, Custody Disputes, Modifications and Contempt Actions. Our family law services also include common needs such as adoption, guardianship, prenuptial agreements, and same-sex marriages.

Practice Areas.

  • Adoption Law
  • Guardianship
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Paternity Legitimation
  • Same Sex Marriages

About Alimony and Spousal Support Law.

In Georgia, spousal support payments may become part of how the marital property distribution is awarded. Spousal support, or alimony, is not a guaranteed award, and is not available if the spouse desiring support payments is guilty of adultery or desertion.

Practice Areas.

  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support
  • Child Support Modification
  • Penalties for Non-Payment of Support
  • Temporary Spousal Support
  • Permanent Spousal Support
  • Spousal Support Modification

About Property Division Law.

Property division in a Georgia divorce is based on subjective “equitable distribution” law instead of the “community property” law used in many other states.

Practice Areas.

  • Equitable Distribution
  • Dividing Assets
  • Dividing Debts
  • Protected Property


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