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Coleman Legal Group, LLC handles cases in the following cities and communities: Atlanta, Alpharetta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Milton, Cumming, Marietta, Sandy Springs, Woodstock, Kennesaw, Gainseville, Norcross, Lawrenceville, Midtown, Inman Park, Duluth, Buckhead, Dunwoody, Vinings and Smyrna.
Our Georgia attorneys frequently handle cases for clients residing in the following counties: Fulton, Gwinnett, Forsyth, Cobb, DeKalb, Henry, Cherokee, Douglas, Carroll, Coweta, Paulding, Bartow, Hall, Barrow, Walton, Newton, Rockdale, Henry, Spalding, Fayette and Clayton.
Coleman Legal Group, LLC’s Georgia lawyers practice in the areas of Divorce, Family Law, Estates, Wills, Trusts, Probate, Bankruptcy, Business Law and Immigration. We have offices conveniently located at:
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5755 North Point Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30022
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Northpark Town Center
Atlanta, GA 30328
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Johns Creek, GA 30097
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Kennesaw, GA 30144
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What do I do if I want to get a Georgia divorce but I cannot find my spouse? The answer is Service by Publication. When one spouse wants to call it quits but cannot find his or her missing partner, or when he or she is hiding, divorce by publication comes into play. Divorce by publication happens only after a judge has been convinced, based on a sworn declaration, of the serving party’s inability to find the other spouse after trying hard. Service by publication is commonly used in a divorce action to serve a spouse who has...read more
In Georgia divorce and family law cases, there are two types of custody: legal custody and physical custody. In almost all cases both of the custody types are shared between the parents. However, some child custody cases do involve grandparents, uncles, aunts and non-family members depending on the circumstances. In this discussion, we will mostly discuss issues that affect parents in child custody cases. Typically, the parents are awarded joint legal custody, which means that the parents must share in all of the decision making in regards...read more
Fathers going through divorce frequently report to us that the process is much more stressful and complicated than they first anticipated. This is due the the court’s stritct requirements that a detailed parenting plan and child support worksheet and addendum be filed with the court, with a supporting domestic relations financial affidavit. Once you add this to mixture of emotions and trying to the best father possible, things can get really hard for when you are also working many hours to support your family. However, there are ways...read more
If you own a small business, there is the possibility that you have accumulated a significant amount of business related debt. If your personal or business debt ever starts to grow so much that you feel like there is no way out, consider the possibility of filing for bankruptcy. Many people believe that filing for bankruptcy is the beginning of the end of being in business. However, the reality is that bankruptcy law were created by the U.S. Congress to be used by honest people in the midst of unfortunate financial situations. Bankruptcy is...read more
We frequently talk to clients about whether they should file for a legal separation (separate maintenance) or a divorce. The answer usually is in both the emotions and facts of the case. For example, emotionally the parties feel their may be a chance of reconciliation, a separation may be the best course of action. And from a practical standpoint, a separation is good if both of the parties are on one of the spouse’s employer sponsored health insurance plans and they want to continue the coverage. Below is a discussion of other...read more
Divorce can be a hugely stressful time, and sometimes pets can be a large source of added tension. While Georgia courts usually view your pets as property subject to equitable distribution, we understand that to many people, pets are a valuable member of your family. Pets are often treated like children and your kids may have formed significant attachments to them. No matter the case, you will certainly want what’s best for your pets in the event of a divorce. Over 63 percent of American households own pets and over half of marriages end in...read more
When the process of a divorce is started, the court will generally issue certain orders that are to be obeyed while the divorce is happening, they are known as automatic domestic standing orders. In Georgia, the standing order is put in place to protect both of the divorcing spouses from misconduct. A violation of any of the standing orders can result in some jail time due to being in contempt of the court. The standing orders vary from county to county, for example, in Fulton county the divorcing spouses are restricted from: Removing...read more
With the recent decision by the Supreme Court legalizing marriage between same-sex couples in Georgia and throughout the county, there will most likely same-sex divorces in Georgia the near future. Divorces between same sex couples were not highly common. One of the reasons being because not many state recognized their marriage in the first place, meaning that unless they were in the state they were married in and even then that state might have residency requirements and other requirements. So unless the couple was willing to meet all the...read more
In today’s time, being in debt and having to file bankruptcy is not an uncommon thing. Some people have debts that they can live with and slowly pay off, however, some people are living with a debt that they cannot pay off and to make matters worse, the debt keeps getting bigger. Some of those people that are in huge amounts of debt do not know that they have bankruptcy as an option, and those that do know simply refuse to use bankruptcy because of the negative views it has gotten from the media. Some people just don’t the benefits that...read more
Valuation of the Business An important step in any divorce situation involving a practice or business that has significant value is to have it valuated by a business professional. In most cases the spouse with the practice / business will attempt to devaluate the businesses assets, clients, cash flow, goodwill, and potential for economic growth. It is important that you not settle for the estimated amounts provided by the other spouse and to insist an evaluation be performed on the business to determine an accurate reflection of the...read more