Cobb County Alimony

Cobb County Alimony The Georgia Supreme Court affirmed an interesting Cobb County alimony decision on March 18, 2013, in the case of Goodell v. Oliver, 2013 WL 1092898 (Ga.) The husband and wife married in 1999, and each had children from prior marriages.  They had no children together.  Read More

Divorce Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Karen-Hindson Clients often struggle with the emotional aspects of a divorce.  This is perfectly normal and affects both men and women.   Anger, guilt, depression, anxiety, sleeplessness, and even panic attacks can occur.  Sometimes the emotions are well-founded and manageable.  In other cases they can be exaggerated and Read More


Have you mentioned Facebook, or any other social media or social networking site, in your Last Will and Testament?  I don’t mean as a beneficiary.  Have you given any thought to what would happen to your social media postings, photos, Read More

Facebook and Your Divorce

Are you going through a divorce?  If your answer is “YES”, then read on.  Are there children whose custody must be decided? If your answer is “YES”, then read on.  Do you and your spouse have Facebook pages?  If the answer Read More

If I Die Who Gets Custody of My Child

If I Die Who Gets Custody of My Child If I die who gets custody of my child under Georgia child custody law?   It is scary how often we hear this question from concerned parents. Concerns About the Other Parent. Sometimes the child’s other parent would be a disaster as a Read More

Custody Election 14 Year Old

Custody Election 14 Year Old The Georgia statute permitting custody election 14 year old has been in place in its current form since 2008. Click here for a summary of the 2008 law. A Georgia 14 year old has the right to select the parent with whom he or Read More

Final Competitive Range in Federal Acquisitions

Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), GAO bid protest decisions, arbitration panel decisions, and federal court cases all support establishing multiple competitive ranges or a final competitive range in federal acquisitions.   Having made an initial competitive range decision, once it becomes evident Read More

Basketball, Divorce, and Magical Thinking

Basketball, Divorce, and Magical Thinking  So it’s Final Four weekend in Atlanta and the Braves are playing the Cubs.  Everyone is in a good mood  The weather is fabulous as only Atlanta-in-April can be.  The dog and I are just hanging out, pondering magical thinking as it Read More

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