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Alimony in Georgia
In Georgia, the definition of alimony found in Superior Court Jury Charges is “an award from one party’s estate, separate property or future earnings, for the support of the other”. The amount and term of alimony is generally based on the potentially receiving spouse’s need and the other’s ability to pay.
The eight factors to be considered are: Standard of living established during the marriage, duration of the marriage, age and physical and emotional condition of both parties, financial...
Generally, an award of attorney fees is not available in Georgia unless authorized by statute or contract. There are several different statutes under which fees may be awarded, and below is a description of three of the most common.
The purpose of an award of attorney fees under OCGA 19-6-2 is to ensure effective representation of both spouses so that all issues can be fairly resolved. Fees under this statute can be made in a divorce, custody, or contempt action. A fee award under this statute...
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