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How are marital assets divided in Georgia?

When a couple seeks a divorce, their marital assets are divided according to their state's law. Therefore the state that you file in is very important when it comes to asset division. So much so, that those who have the possibility to file in more than one state should carefully consider the pros and cons of each system.

Narcissism can make co-parent challenging

Co-parenting is hard enough when neither parent has special mental health concerns. When one of them has narcissism, the situation can become much more complicated. This is because the person with the condition isn't able to focus on what the children need and will focus on their own desires and needs instead. Since they aren't able to think about how their decisions affect others, they may make decisions that aren't in the children's best interests.

Is a divorce going to affect your child negatively?

One of your greatest concerns with your divorce is that it may negatively affect your children and their future. You want them to be confident and to know that you're always going to be there for them. You want them to have positive relationships and good role models.

Should I commit to divorce?

When times are tough in a marriage, divorce is always an option. Many spouses have considered divorce at particularly difficult points before deciding to commit to the relationship and to work through the issues. But if you believe that your marriage simply won't repair itself, it may be time to think about the idea of divorce more seriously.

Reducing the impact of divorce on children

In an ideal world, all children will experience a childhood in which both of their parents are happily married and able to raise their children without conflict. However, the reality is that relationships can fall apart or become toxic. Sometimes marriages become so broken that going through a divorce is in the best interests of the children.

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