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 family law matters. Prior to 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.
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In many families, grandparents are heavily involved in their grandchildren’s lives and may even play the role of parent in some households. However, after a separation or divorce, grandparents may wonder whether they can still visit their grandkids.
The date of separation can determine when a spouse becomes responsible for child support and/or alimony.
If you want to know if your marriage is eligible for an annulment in the state of Maine, this article explains the difference between annulment and divorce, when a marriage can be annulled, and the effects of an annulment. You’ll want to check with the district court of the county where you or your
This article explains that basics of annulment in Louisiana (also called a "null marriage"), including when and how a marriage may be nullified and the effects of a null marriage. You should check with the district court of the county where you or your spouse live to see if they have requirements beyond
If you and your spouse have decided to end your marriage due to one spouse's adultery, you may be wondering whether the adultery will affect any aspect of the divorce. The answer may surprise you.
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.
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
Learn whether living with a new partner or getting married will affect your alimony payments.
Learn how cohabitation or remarriage affects alimony in Ohio.
Washington state’s version of annulment is called a "declaration of invalidity." This article explains the declaration of invalidity, tells you how to get one, and describes the effects of a declaration of invalidity in Washington. If you have additional questions after reading this article, contact