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December

Blog Posts in December, 2016

  • Five Stages of Grief in Divorce

    Divorce is not a situation people are usually emotionally prepared for. After all, no one gets married to get divorced. Nevertheless, divorce is something that happens whether we are ready for it or not. In fact, it is often stated that nearly 50% of marriages end in divorce. That does not make it any easier, of course. According to the American Institute of Stress, divorce is the second most ...
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  • Myths About Divorce

    If you and your spouse are considering divorce, it is only natural that you might want to reach out to your friends and family for advice and guidance. Unfortunately, that may not be the best course of action. Mom always gets the kids: While it is true that many cases result in the mother as the custodial parent and the father paying child support, that is not always the case. In the past, the ...
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  • Recognizing Child Abuse

    Child abuse is not always evident or easy to detect, particularly when the abuser is in a position of authority, such as a parent, stepparent, or other adult living in the household. Such figures of authority exercise a significant amount of power and influence over children, which can intimidate victims of abuse into silence. This is why we must be vigilant in our observations and know how to ...
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  • Ask These 3 Important Questions Before Marriage

    As Alpharetta divorce attorneys, we at The Millard Law Firm have seen many marital disputes. Some of these disputes could have been avoided, or at the very least resolved, if they were discussed before finalizing the marriage. Asking these three questions will help reduce the risk of divorce later in life. 1. Do you want children? For many people, getting married and having a family is the ...
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