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How Domestic Violence Can Impact Divorce
How Domestic Violence Can Impact Divorce

Domestic Violence Is Grounds for Divorce Georgia is a fault-based divorce state , which means that couples must include the grounds for their divorce in their filing. There are 13 grounds for divorce, including cruel treatment, which involves the “willful infliction” of ...

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