Property Division and Addiction During Divorce

Property Division and Addiction During Divorce

Divorcing spouses dealing with addiction need a full understanding of the impact the disease has had on their financial situation to ensure a satisfactory property settlement. When addiction has had an impact on the family’s finances, the court may take that into consideration when dividing marital assets.

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Property Division During Divorce

Property Division During Divorce

Divorcing spouses in Georgia need confidence that all separate and marital property be properly accounted for and categorized to ensure a satisfactory property settlement. Our attorneys at Chambers Family Law are highly experienced at handling separation of assets, including high net worth divorces, and frequently bring in financial experts or forensic accountants to compile a complete view and disclosure of the entire marital estate.

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Can Addiction Make Me Lose Custody of My Child?

Can Addiction Make Me Lose Custody of My Child?

Families affected by addiction face special challenges when it comes to child custody issues. Regardless of which side of addiction parents finds themselves, most desperately want to keep their children healthy and safe. If you are the parent battling the disease of addiction or the co-dependent parent concerned about your child’s safety due to an addicted spouse, Chambers Family Law can help.

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How to Modify a Child Custody Plan

How to Modify a Child Custody Plan

When the divorce is final, parents hope to move forward smoothly with a custody plan and parenting schedule in place. But circumstances can change. While it may seem like the emotional rollercoaster will never end, it can be comforting to know that when custody issues arise after divorce they can be managed with the help of your attorney.

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