Committing Infidelity Can Be Costly In Your Georgia Divorce

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Although Georgia is a no-fault state, committing infidelity can cost you when it comes to receiving alimony.  Conversely, if you are at risk for paying alimony but your spouse has cheated then this same law may save you a lot monetarily.  Read more about why Georgia is considered one of the worst states for those cheating: Article on How Cheating Can Affect Your Divorce In Georgia.

If you are contemplating divorce and infidelity is part of the equation then give Lunn Law LLC a call to assist at 770.492.2974 or visit www.lunnlaw.com.

 



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