Types of Divorce recognized in Georgia:
In Georgia, when the court orders a final divorce, it means that the divorce is permanent. Once a divorce is permanent, it is final, meaning both parties can legally remarry. The divorce also terminates all property claims.
In Georgia you can get a divorce if there is no hope that you and your spouse can save the marriage. This is known as "no-fault" divorce. Most divorces are granted on the single ground that the marriage is "irretrievably broken." In these cases, it is not necessary to show any wrongdoing or fault.
An annulment is a declaration by a court that a marriage never existed. Basically, that it was never a valid marriage in the first place. Courts rarely grant an annulment, so this isn’t always the best route if you want to end your marriage.
Most people who are contemplating divorce are unfamiliar with the legalities surrounding a divorce. Mark understands this and it’s his mission to help you determine your best course of action based on your individual circumstances. He can help you to execute a plan to manage the difficulties that come with a divorce. He will do this by listening to your story and offering you options that will best suit your needs. It’s his job to know the law, which he does, and then guides his clients through the process surrounding the various legal issues in their case. He takes pride in being able to do this in Camden County and help each of his clients through the divorce process, taking some of the anxiety and stress off of them.
Georgia allows the filing or an action for separate maintenance (a legal separation). This includes all issues of a divorce, except there is no divorce.
No matter where you are in the divorce process, whether just contemplating it or if you’ve already moved out, Mark McManus S.E. can help.
Contact Mark today to learn more about your options at 912 289-9449,
You can reach us by mail at 1613 Ellis Street Brunswick, GA 31520.
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