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… 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 ›
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 ›
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 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 ›
Divorce and death are highly relevant to one’s Social Security Benefits. However, many do not give this much consideration especially during dissolution of marriage. A couple’s 10th anniversary has legal significance in this respect. However, this significance will not remain… Read More ›
Same sex couples are running into problems in states such as Georgia that do not recognize same-sex marriage. Couples are finding that they can’t even get their name change with their marriage license from another state through Georgia Department of… Read More ›
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… Read More ›
The United States Supreme Court is to consider whether to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, DOMA, this legally forbids the federal recognition of same-sex marriage. Under DOMA, gay and lesbian couples would not receive the same benefits of heterosexual couples such… Read More ›