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.
The Discovery Process in Litigation
The discovery process during litigation is a very important time. Clients should take the process seriously and try to supply all that is being requested the first time it is asked for. When the staff at Lunn Law LLC or… Read More ›
Attorney Tiffany Lunn-White is often asked this question: Isn’t the home I purchased during separation my separate property?
The short answer is no. If you are thinking about purchasing real property (real estate) while you are separated from your spouse but not divorced, you should wait. Obtain your divorce first so that the waters are not muddied by… Read More ›
The Value of Using Third Party Investigative Services During A Divorce
Anyone that is going through a divorce or other domestic case that is unsure of the assets or whereabouts of their spouse or opposing party should consider utilizing third party services to perform a skip trace, background check, and/or asset… Read More ›
Attorney Tiffany Lunn-White of Lunn Law LLC Answers: How Does Parental Alienation Affect Child Custody?
There is a steady uptick in cases involving parental alienation. Parental alienation has always existed but now the courts and legal professionals are more aware of its existence. Furthermore, the ability for courts and attorneys to identify parental alienation and/or… Read More ›
Attorney Tiffany Lunn-White of Lunn Law LLC discusses the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)
The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (hereafter referred to as “UCCJEA”) is a powerful Act in child custody determinations that has been adopted by many states to uphold two (2) main principles: 1) efficiently establish jurisdiction over a… Read More ›
Attorney Tiffany Lunn-White of Lunn Law LLC Answers: I Can’t Pay Child Support and The Custodial Parent Understands. Is That Legally Enough?
The short and long answer is no. Attorney Tiffany Lunn comes across this question often by non-custodial parents that can no longer pay their court ordered child support and are looking to the custodial parent to understand and not purse… Read More ›
Heroin Addiction A Major Reason For Placement in Foster Care In Georgia
According to official records, two out of every three children are placed in foster care because of parental substance abuse. The number is only increasing. It shows that the “war on drugs” is definitely not won or over. Children are… Read More ›
Weapons of Choice: Unfounded Allegations of Abuse To Gain Advantage
A problem is brewing just below the surface in family law. This problem is immoral and stains the real stories of true victims. It is zapping judicial resources to try to get at the heart of the truth. These resources… Read More ›
Attorney Tiffany Lunn of Lunn Law LLC Answers: What’s An Example of Grandparent’s Obtaining Visitation Rights In Georgia
Attorney Tiffany Lunn read Georgia Supreme Court ruling Vincent v. Vincent (A15A1244) handed down in September of 2015 that demonstrates the different standards that should be used for ascertaining if Grandparent’s Rights should be awarded. In Vincent, the parental grandparents… Read More ›
Attorney Tiffany Lunn Is Frequently Asked This Question: Can I Put My Spouse Out Of The Marital Home?
Attorney Tiffany Lunn says: No, unless you have a court order that gives you exclusive possession of the martial residence then you cannot remove your spouse even if the residence is titled solely in your name. The first step toward… Read More ›