Divorce Law


By | October 20th, 2016|Divorce Law|

In Georgia, there is no such thing as “legal separation.” The only way to be legally divorced from your spouse is to file a complaint for divorce, pursuant to Georgia legal procedures, and receive a “Final Decree of Divorce” from a court of competent jurisdiction. Without this order from the Court, you are still considered legally married to your spouse, and you are prohibited from re-marrying, and may face serious consequences if you engage in a relationship with someone other than your spouse prior to divorce. It is very important to have a qualified attorney help you to fully understand [...]

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Questions on Uncontested and Contested Divorce

By | April 6th, 2016|Advice, Divorce Law|

https://youtu.be/396zq6Iii00 Learn how contested divorce and uncontested divorce differ. When should you file for contested divorce or uncontested divorce? Attorney Crystal Cortez with the Cansino Blanchette Law Firm answers these frequently asked questions to help you decide which route you should take. The Cansino Blanchette Law Firm has locations in both Kennesaw, Georgia and Cartersville, Georgia. Please call 404-997-8470 for questions and consultation appointments!