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Do you still have to pay alimony when you retire?

When you divorced, the Georgia judge ordered you to pay alimony to your ex for a set amount of time – long enough for them to get back on their feet and become self-sufficient. That means the alimony might not end until they get a job that pays a supporting wage, remarries or cohabitates, or comes into money through an inheritance or some other mechanism.

Does divorce harm your children?

One of the biggest things parents worry about when considering divorce is whether or not it is going to harm their kids. In some cases, parents in an unhappy or even abusive marriage stay together specifically because they don't want to risk it.

Learning how to deal with the emotions of divorce

Going through a divorce can be stressful, scary and even debilitating for some. Many will want to crawl up in bed and avoid family and friends for as long as possible. Others will immerse themselves in new hobbies, habits and even try to learn something new. One of the most difficult parts of a divorce is dealing with the emotions, which is why we have compiled a list of tips in this post.

Divorce rates have fallen: Why?

Millennials get a lot of blame for things in society. Let's give them credit for something, though. The divorce rate in Georgia and the United States has fallen over the past few years, and researchers have pinpointed millennials as one of the main reasons why.

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