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Divorce, Family Law

What is a No-Fault Divorce? 

Most couples don’t begin their marriage thinking it will end in divorce. However, divorce happens and dealing with those choices and decisions can be much easier when both people agree to part ways and the marriage is ending at no fault to either person, also known as a no-fault divorce. Even though a no-fault divorce is often the easiest divorce […]

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5 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

Going through a divorce can be an emotionally draining period in your life. However, you want to make sure the proceedings go as smoothly as possible. Therefore you should make sure you are informed and fully prepared when going through a divorce. You should also make sure your divorce attorney is qualified enough to represent you in your case. To help […]

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What Do You Need to Know About Divorce?

At Phillips & Sellers, we can offer in-depth consultations about the divorce options you have available. We will talk to you about assets, your splitting of funds and/or properties, and more. If there are underage children within the marriage, we can also discuss what’s likely to happen through custody rights. We want our clients to be as informed as possible […]

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Where Do I File My Divorce?

In Columbus, Georgia and the surrounding areas divorce cases are handled a little differently. The “location” issue comes up frequently because of the tens of thousands of soldiers and civilian employees at Fort Benning. They come from all over the country, so when divorce and family law problems arise, their first question is: Where do I file my divorce? Is […]

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Is My Divorce Contested or Uncontested?

I am asked this question by clients more often than any other question.  And, ironically, this is the question that I am probably least able to answer on my own.  First, I’ll define the terms. An uncontested divorce means that the parties are in agreement on ALL issues currently confronting them and are willing to enter into a contract of […]

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