Parents are dealing with a very difficult time during a separation or divorce. However, the children of divorcing parents are trying to cope as well. If parents are informed, they can better assist their children. For information and guidance to help a child cope with dealing with the changes of a divorce or separation, and to gather … Continue reading Children and Divorce
The Court of Appeals of Georgia (Second Division), in Williamson v. Williamson, A09A1767, considered a case this year involving former spouses that had a child born while married to each other. A child born during a legal marriage is presumed the legal child of father (husband), unless rebutted. The Court ruled that a presumed father who seeks to set aside a determination of paternity thereby de-legitimizing … Continue reading Paternity/De-legitimation Case Update
Collaborative Divorce is growing more and more popular with spouses that wish to divorce but would like to end their marriage without having a contested trial. Click on the article below to better understand the collaborative process. Depending on a number of factors, it may be the appropriate path for you or someone you know. Lunn … Continue reading Considering a Collaborative Divorce?
Henry County officials are sponsoring a system-wide event called "Parent University" on August 31, 2010 to provide parents with additional tools for child rearing. If your child attends school in Henry County or you know someone whose child attends school in Henry County, find out more details about this event by clicking on the link below. http://www.mycountypaper.com/henrydailyherald/headlines/100501234.html. //