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I am always asked, “Why should I use the collaborative process?” There are many reasons. Many couples are fortunate that they can calmly work out what they want to do with their children and their property even though they are getting a divorce.
Changes in our society have caused us to rethink our common definition of "family". The notion of the traditional family structure has expanded to include single parent households, same sex parented households and grandparents as primary caregivers. Not surprisingly, when legal issues arise in these family situations, the law has often struggled to adequately address the needs of all the family members.
To get a Georgia divorce on "no-fault" grounds, one spouse must show that they cannot live with the other spouse. They must also show that there is no chance that the spouses will change their minds. Georgia divorce laws do not require one spouse to show there is any misconduct by the other spouse.
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