Aaron Thomas

Attorney · Harvard Law School

Aaron Thomas has been a member of the Georgia State Bar since 2003 and has been practicing family law exclusively since 2007. Aaron specializes in complicated, high-asset divorce and other family law matters. Before practicing family law, Aaron gained significant trial experience as a public defender in Dekalb County, Georgia.

Aaron received his B.A. in political science from Emory University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School. Aaron currently practices family law at his own firm in midtown Atlanta, Aaron Thomas Law, LLC.

Articles By Aaron Thomas

Imputing Income for Child Support in Virginia
Learn when Virginia judges may consider a parent's "imputed" income—rather than the actual amount the parent earns—when deciding how much child support to order.
Can Children Express Preference in Vermont Custody Proceedings?
Ending a relationship is never easy, but when the separating couple has children, it gets that much harder. Separating parents face the additional difficulty of trying to determine the best custody arrangement for their children. Along with the opinions of each parent, children often have their own opinion on custody.
The Basics of Annulment in West Virginia
West Virginia has two ways to end a marriage: divorce or annulment. This article explains what an annulment is, how to get an annulment in West Virginia, and the effects of a West Virginia annulment. Contact a West Virginia family law attorney to answer any specific questions you have after reading this
Remarriage and Alimony in Ohio
Learn how cohabitation or remarriage affects alimony in Ohio.
Remarriage and Alimony in Colorado
Learn how remarriage or cohabitation affects ongoing alimony obligations in Colorado.
Can Children Express Preference in Wyoming Custody Proceedings?
You and your spouse are having custody issues. There’s a lot to consider, including whether your child’s preference comes into play.
Remarriage and Alimony in California
If you're receiving spousal support (alimony) after a divorce in California and you're hoping to remarry or live with a new partner, it's important to understand how your new relationship may impact your future payments.
Remarriage and Alimony in Florida
Will Florida law allow you to stop paying alimony (spousal support) if your ex remarries or starts living with someone else? The answers may not be as clear as you would think.
Remarriage and Alimony in Illinois
Getting married can be one of the most exciting times of your life. But, if you've been through a divorce in the past and currently receive alimony, there are many things for you to consider before you remarry.
Child Custody and Relocation in Pennsylvania
What happens when one parent wants to move out of state with a child?