Times have changed and technology has made great strides in bringing people closer together. The COVID-19 emergency has added a new wrinkle to things like custody and visitation. The lockdown imposed restrictions on parental visitations, and some parents found that alternatives like FaceTime, Skype, and Zoom made visitation easier to arrange. Now that things have […]
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Facing down a divorce? You are probably wondering where to start and what to do. Read on for the top five most important tips for winning your divorce case. Don’t Leave the Marital Home You see it in movies, on TV, and you may even hear about it from friends and family: the first thing […]
According to a study published in the Journal of Family Issues, children of divorced parents have better relationships with their mother and father when they have frequent communication with them, regardless of the parents’ relationship with one another. Texting is one way that children can remain in constant contact with both the custodial parent (the […]
Atlanta divorce attorney Randall Kessler was interviewed on Newsy. He discussed child custody and how it relates to Covid-19 vaccinations.
Splitting up financial assets is usually one of the most complex parts of any divorce. Even when both parties are still communicating effectively, such as in an uncontested or collaborative divorce, deciding who gets what can be a contentious affair, especially with long-term assets such as retirement accounts. There are many steps a couple must […]
The concept of “common-law” marriage still confuses many people, even those who advise people on their marital rights. Part of the reason for the confusion is that some states still recognize common law marriage, some only recently prohibited it, and most states are required to recognize marriages that were lawful in other states. What Is […]
Atlanta divorce attorney Randy Kessler was interviewed on Good Day Atlanta. He outlined his tips for dealing with child custody during COVID.
Nothing about divorce is easy, least of all dividing up financial assets. A 401(k) is a long-term investment that takes years and years to build up. The thought of losing that money is enough to create considerable stress in even the most amicable of divorces. The best way to navigate the financial un-entanglement is with […]