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Thomas Middlebrooks Gore

Savannah Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. Georgia Alimony Basics

    Written by attorney Thomas Gore, over 1 year ago.

    Alimony may be awarded to either spouse on a temporary or permanent basis. Alimony is not automatically awarded if your spouse has committed adultery. However, alimony is barred where it is proven that the spouse seeking alimony has committed adultery. In determining whether alim...

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  2. Georgia Child Support Basics

    Written by attorney Thomas Gore, over 1 year ago.

    The child support requirements in Georgia are based upon the gross incomes of both parents as well as the number of children being supported, the time being spent with the child, and other factors. Gross income is very broad, and includes salary, commissions, self-employment inco...

  3. Georgia Child Custody Basics

    Written by attorney Thomas Gore, over 1 year ago.

    If you have children and are thinking about divorce, you will also have to think about how the divorce may impact your children. As part of the divorce process, the court will award custody to one of or both of the parents. Custody is divided into two types: legal custody and phy...

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  4. Georgia Property Division Basics

    Written by attorney Thomas Gore, over 1 year ago.

    Property Division When you receive a divorce, Georgia law provides that you are entitled to an equitable share of all marital property.In seeking to equitably divide marital property, the court takes a three step approach. First, the court determines what property is marital and...

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