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Marriage Laws: Chart
With State By State Requirements
Age Requirements, Waiting Periods, Costs, Blood Test required?, Validity, and Residency requirements.
*Divorce In Georgia (Comprehensive
Learn about fault and no fault divorce, how and where to file, alimony, child custody, support and more.
Name Changes (Consumer-SOS)
Family Law Forms (Consumer-SOS)
Everything from GA residency requirements and where to file, to property distribution and support & custody issues.
GA Info on divorce related issues such as child custody, dividing property, establishing paternity, Enforcing child support orders and much, much more.
GA info on grounds for divorce, alimony, custody and support. Also has links to state help groups such as the courts, Department Of Human Resources and legal aid.
Divorce Laws of the Fifty States, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico
This table links to the marriage & divorce laws of the states and attempts to summarize some of their salient points.
Soldiers' and Sailors' Relief Act:
If you're a reserve component service member called to active duty, you're protected by a law that can save you some legal problems and possibly some money as well. Under the provisions of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940, you may qualify for any or all of the following: • Reduced interest rate on mortgage payments. • Reduced interest rate on credit card debt. • Protection from eviction if your rent is $1,200 or less. • Delay of all civil court actions, such as bankruptcy, foreclosure or divorce proceedings.
FAQs On Name Changes (Not State Specific)
How To Protect Your Credit In A Divorce
Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDROs) Booklet
Things to consider relating to your pension savings if you’re getting a divorce.
Dependants On Your Taxes
Here are the 5 tests used to determine if you can take a federal tax deduction. Includes information on custodial and non-custodial parents.
For Specific Rules and Examples click Here and scroll to your situation.
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