The decision to dissolve a marriage comes will many additional choices. One of the primary goals of the divorce process is finalizing those choices and resolving any disputes that may arise. Over the course of a marriage, couples tend to accumulate assets in many forms. The division of this property is generally a central concern for both parties and each state has rules and regulations determining how this division is achieved.
Before getting involved in any proceedings, it is important to note that the laws in Georgia regarding the division of property in a divorce are set up to achieve equitable distribution of assets. While equitable distribution could mean a 50/50 split, it is actually focused on dividing property in a way the court deems to be fair, not necessarily equal. This fairness is influenced by many factors, such as,