Harmon Caldwell's Georgia Divorce Handbook

Harmon Caldwell's Georgia Divorce Handbook

by Harmon Caldwell

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Drawing on his decades of experience in family law, Harmon Caldwell takes an otherwise complicated subject and condenses the entire divorce process down to easy-to-follow steps in his Georgia Divorce Handbook. This reader-friendly guide provides a general overview of the primary issues to be familiar with regarding divorce in Georgia, ranging from the decision to seek a divorce and finding a lawyer to the typical steps of the legal process and the common problems that may arise.
Other topics explained in this handbook include: how to find a lawyer and questions to ask at an initial meeting; the grounds for divorce in Georgia; some common issues in divorces, such as separate property, equitable division, and alimony; child custody, visitation, and child support; the pros and cons of using private detectives; the role of recording devices and social media; and what to expect in a trial.
Whether you are thinking about divorce, involved in a divorce already, or simply want to know how the divorce process works, this book will be an invaluable tool.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148934998
Publisher: BookLogix
Publication date: 11/05/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 136
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Harmon Caldwell has practiced family law in Georgia for over thirty-six years. He has represented hundreds of individuals in divorce. In 1974, he graduated from Georgia State University, where he majored in Visual Arts. He graduated from the University of Georgia Law School in 1977. He has tried over 300 cases throughout the State of Georgia.
He has been repeatedly recognized as one of the finest trial lawyers in Georgia. He draws upon his creativity and visual art skills in positioning and presenting his client�s case. He was named one of Georgia�s SuperLawyers from 2004 to 2012, each year the designation was awarded. He speaks regularly to lawyers, accountants, and other civic groups. He continues to actively represent clients and can be contacted at Caldwell & Watson.

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