This survey period saw continued changes to domestic relations law in Georgia. The Georgia General Assembly completed its sweeping revisions of the child support guidelines. The electorate passed an amendment to the Georgia Constitution defining "marriage." The Georgia Supreme Court extended its 2003 pilot project for the third year, agreeing to accept all "non-frivolous" applications filed in divorce and alimony cases during the 2006 calendar year. As a result, all persons interested in domestic relations law have benefited from many more substantive decisions from the appellate courts.
McGough, Barry B. and Miller, Gregory R.
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