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Regina Edwards again selected to SuperLawyers Rising Stars for 2016

Edwards and Associates is pleased to announce that managing partner Regina I. Edwards has again been elected to the 2016 Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in the area of family law.  This follows her selection in 2013 and 2015.

While up to five percent of the lawyers in Georgia are named to Super Lawyers, no more than 2.5 percent are named to the Rising Stars list.
Ms. Edwards received her law degree from Tulane School of Law, and her undergraduate degree from North Carolina Central University. She is a member of the Georgia Bar, American Bar Association, Family Law Sections of the Gwinnett, Forsyth and Atlanta Bar Associations.

 For more information about the firm’s services and philosophy, please visit our site at www.EAFamilylaw.com.

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Divorce often challenging financially for many couples
You may be thinking that it is time to end your marriage. But, do you know what will happen to your finances if you decide to get a divorce? Are you ready for the major changes that this will have for your life after the divorce is official? You need to take time early in the process to be ready for what will happen next.

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Together we can protect your relationship with your children.

Divorce for Dads: As your attorney, I will help you fight back if you are struggling with any of these situations:

Parental alienation – If you are being purposely excluded from your child’s life, we can take action to reinforce your parental rights.

Denial of visitation – Parenting Plan orders are designed to give both parents time with their children.  If your child’s mother is denying you your court-ordered visitation, we can help.

Legitimation.  In Georgia, if you are not married to the mother of your child, and you have no court order, you have no rights.  Period.  She can legally deny you all visitation.  We can file for legitimation and court ordered parenting time.

Child support issues – Has the mother of your children filed for child support?  Even if you agree to a child support order, you still may not have custody rights.  We can help you get a fair child support order as well as a visitation schedule.

Move-Away Cases– Depending on where you live, your child’s mother may not need a court order to be able to move away with your child. We can put up a strong fight to keep your child in Georgia.
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We strongly believe that, in most cases, a father should be afforded the same rights and privileges as a mother.   Studies have shown that a fathers’ presence in their child’s life is critical for their physical and emotional development.   If you are a father and you believe your rights as such have been violated, it is time to take a stand and fight for your rights.
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