This survey period saw continued evolution of domestic relations law through changes in legislation and case law. Legislation passed in the 2009 Session of the Georgia General Assembly took effect during this survey period, and the Georgia Supreme Court continued to accept non-frivolous appeals in divorce cases, which provides guidance to those interested in domestic relations law.
- PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS
- CHILD CUSTODY
- CHILD SUPPORT
- DIVISION OF PROPERTY
McGough, Barry B. and Hitt, Elinor H.
Mercer Law Review: Vol. 62
, Article 7.
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