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Ashley Mackin Brodie

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Located in Gray and Macon, our offices are convenient to residents of Middle Georgia from Milledgeville, to Gray, to Macon. 

Personal Attention

Our attorneys treat clients as friends, not mere case numbers. We seek to build meaningful relationships with our clients.

Knowledge and Experience

Practicing in Gray for nearly a decade, we have the knowledge and experience to effectively handle all your legal needs in middle Georgia, whether it involves family law, criminal law or personal injury. 

Helping Hand

Have legal troubles? Need help? We seek to guide our clients through the complex legal process step by step. 

Navigate Together

We navigate difficult obstacles together with our clients. Together, we will strive to arrive at the best outcome with the least possible difficultly. 

Results Oriented

We seek to provide the best possible results by providing our clients with exceptional legal service through our knowledge and experience of the legal system.

Macon Divorce Lawyers

We place a strong focus on all matters related to divorce and family law. 

Our family law attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in divorce, adoptions, child custody, child support, legitimation, and more.

We understand the hardship and emotional toll that divorce and family law matters can cause. We strive to provide compassionate, but aggressive representation for our clients.

We travel throughout Middle Georgia. 

Our divorce lawyers in Macon have extensive experience representing divorce and family law clients throughout Middle Georgia including Macon, Gray, Milledgeville and Warner Robins.

 

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7 Mar
Can you be required to pay child support even though your child has turned 18 years old? Yes. In Georgia, child support can continue even after a child has reached 18 years old and is considered to be an adult. Often times language is included in the parties divorce decree that states child support shall continue after the parties child reaches 18 years old and is still enrolled in high school. Even though the child has turned 18 and is considered an adult, a party shall be obligated to continue paying child support if it says so in the divorce decree...
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14 Feb
The Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court’s order finding the mother in contempt and modifying the father’s visitation rights. In 2009, the trial court established paternity, awarded the parties joint legal custody, and granted the father visitation rights of their minor child. In September 2015, the parties entered into a consent order which modified the visitation schedule. The following February, the father filed a motion for contempt, complaining that the mother had willfully failed to comply with the consent order. After a hearing, the trial court found the mother was in willful contempt of the prior consent order....
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1 Feb
Everyone will probably agree that filing income taxes can be complicated. Divorce muddies the income tax water even more, especially when there are children involved. Divorced or divorcing parents often ask the following two questions about income taxes: Which parent can claim the children as dependents? Can the parents agree who may claim the children as dependents? Which parent can claim the children as dependents? Under Georgia divorce law, the primary physical custodial parent may claim the children as dependents and receive any tax exemptions. Georgia courts do not have the authority to award the federal income tax exemption to a non-custodial parent....
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