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Rachel Aliza Elovitz

Rachel Elovitz’s Legal Guides

18 total


  • Seven Tips For Minimizing Your Children's Trauma in Divorce

    Keep your conflict to yourself You're angry, scared, and your sadness hangs off you like sandbags. You feel your husband's infidelity was an abandonment of you and your children. You want the child

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  • FIND THE RIGHT FAMILY LAWYER - FOR YOU

    How do you navigate through a divorce in a way that minimizes conflict, cost, chaos, and contrition? Retain the right attorney - for you. How do you know who the right attorney is for you? Follow th

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  • SEEKING TO ANNUL A MARRIAGE? HERE ARE SOME FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW.

    If you are thinking about ending your marriage and would prefer to annul than to dissolve by divorce, know that it is not as easy as you might imagine. Check out the below answers to commonly asked questions about annulment and consult with a family law attorney.

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  • ADVOCATING FOR CHILDREN WITH FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME DISORDERS

    Prenatal alcohol exposure can cause a wide range of negative outcomes with which child advocates and guardians ad litem should be familiar to assist them in advocating effectively for their clients and the children whose interests they are charged with representing.

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  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO DISSOLVE A MARRIAGE

    How much does it cost to dissolve a marriage in Georgia? The short answer is, “It depends.” On what does it depend? Here are some factors that will influence the cost of a divorce:

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  • WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FILING FOR DIVORCE IN GEORGIA

    This guide outlines the prerequisites for filing an action for divorce in Georgia. It is in no way meant to serve as a substitute for consulting with an attorney prior to filing for divorce, which is highly recommended.

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  • Answers to The Ten Most Common Questions Concerning Child Custody

    This Guide provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about child custody, such as whether there is a presumption in favor of either parent, who decides the issue of custody, what factors are considered, and whether a child can elect with which parent he or she wants to reside.

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  • BOTH PARENTS HAVE A DUTY TO SUPPORT CHILDREN BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK

    A biological father has a duty to pay child support for his illegitimate child even in the absence of a judicial determination of paternity.A judicial determination is simply a procedural prerequisite to the enforcement of the biological fathers existing duty. The biological fat...

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  • Putting an End To Bullying and Cyberbulling - A Model Prevention Statute

    When I was growing up, students bullied students by publicly defaming them - attacking their looks, their clothing, their intelligence, their social status, their religious affiliation. They sought to instill the fear of God with religious prophecy, leaving literature in their lo...

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  • FILING FOR DIVORCE WHEN YOUR SPOUSE RESIDES OUT OF STATE

    A person seeking to dissolve his or her marriage (and for the moment we are talkingONLY about the grant of a divorce, not an award of alimony, custody, child support, division of property outside the state, or attorney's fees) can file a petition for divorce in Georgia if, first ...

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