Georgia is one of the United States’ leading divorce states. Couples in Georgia is steadily divorcing. The Georgia House of Representatives is seeking to make obtaining a divorce in Georgia a bit lengthier, in an attempt to discourage divorce. Georgia legislatures seem to be following other states around the nation, such as North Carolina, in making a legislative attempt to discourage divorce. For example, North Carolina has a one year waiting period for divorcing couples that may be extended to two years in the coming years. The proposed new law in Georgia would be a big change from how Georgia divorces are granted today and from years passed. Attorney Tiffany R. Lunn suggests that you read more about the proposed changes in the article: Is the Way We Divorce In America About To Change? Citizens should be encouraged to weigh in with their state representatives with their views on the issue.
Published by Attorney Tiffany Lunn of Lunn Law LLC
Attorney Tiffany Lunn (Tiffany Lunn-White) of Lunn Law LLC is the author of this informative blog. It is not meant to substitute legal advice. Only a detailed consultation with a lawyer can provide the exact answer needed. There are so many exceptions to any given rule. Lunn Law LLC is located in Clayton County, GA (Jonesboro, GA) and Fayette County, GA (Fayetteville, GA) that handles family law matters that include but are not exclusive to: Interstate Custody Actions, Child Support, Divorce, Legitimation, Paternity, Relative Adoption, Step-Parent Adoption, Contempt and Visitation. Lunn Law LLC is also familiar with how these issues affect military families. Lunn Law LLC is well-versed in the law of battling spouses, estranged parents, and family members. Call Lunn Law LLC or Attorney Tiffany Lunn for a meeting or initial consultation at 770-492-2974. View all posts by Attorney Tiffany Lunn of Lunn Law LLC