November 9

High-net-worth divorces can be especially complex

Divorce cases can be compared to snowflakes: They can be cold, they can melt down and no two are the same. That’s especially true in divorces that involve high net worth. “The more you have, the more room there is for disagreement,” says Judge T.E. Cauthorn, founder of Cauthorn Nohr & Owen. “The devil is.

February 13

Defending a teaching certificate is an educator’s right

Sometimes life interferes with the best-laid plans. That’s what happened when one metro Atlanta teacher followed the process as she understood it to quit one teaching job to take another closer to her home. To her, it was not a rash decision, but one made in the best interest of her family. That’s not how.

December 23

Divorce doesn’t have to disrupt the holidays

If you are divorced — or are going through a divorce — you can still enjoy a peaceful holiday. Here are some ideas to help keep the stress level down. Resist the sentimental urge to bend the custody agreement. You certainly want to be agreeable for the sake of the children, but there’s a reason.

October 12

Stay-at-home Mom? Divorce requires thinking ahead.

Years ago, you and your spouse decided it was important for you to leave your career to stay home and raise your family. Since then, your family — and you — have relied solely on your spouse’s income and credit. But now your marriage has taken a turn for the worse, and divorce seems like.

September 27

CNO Attorneys Named Top Georgia Lawyers

Cauthorn Nohr & Owen attorneys T.E. Cauthorn and Jason Nohr are among Georgia’s Top Rated Lawyers of 2016, an elite list of the state’s premier legal talent. Attorneys on the list are rated by their peers as AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell®-the 140-year-old company that sets the standard for lawyer ratings. A rating of AV Preeminent®.

September 27

It Could Happen to Your College Student

It’s 3 A.M. and your phone rings. Don’t panic, John Jr. is all right, but he had a few too many while hitting the bars near his college campus. One thing led to another and now he’s in police custody. In a recent Atlanta Journal Constitution article about college students and arrests, former DeKalb County.

August 10

Do your homework when accepting a teaching position

Metro Atlanta’s classrooms may be full, but the teaching positions aren’t. According to an article in the AJC, only Cobb County was fully staffed when children went back to school this school year. Hundreds of teaching positions remain available in school districts around the state. That’s opportunity for those seeking teaching positions. Here are three.