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February 2017 Archives

What happens to a trust in a divorce

Some Georgia residents who are ending their marriage may be concerned about a pre-existing trust under which they are a beneficiary. If the terms of the trust are unclear or the assets in the trust have been used for joint purchases, then the trust could be considered marital property that will be divided during a divorce.

What Georgia business owners need to know about divorces

A messy divorce not only puts an individual's personal assets at risk, but it can also have a major impact on their commercial ventures. Small business owners throughout Georgia often find themselves dealing with lengthy and expensive legal battles that negatively impact both their personal and professional lives.

What happens to embryos created through IVF in a divorce

Georgia couples may find it difficult to go through the divorce process when they have children. If they decide to get a divorce when they are going through in-vitro fertilization, however, they may find it even more difficult as they may need to determine what will happen to any embryos that may have already been created.

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