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Palimony in the State of Georgia

‘Palimony’ is a commonly adopted term for the equivalent of alimony for previously cohabitating but unmarried couples in the state of Georgia. The majority of states do not recognize palimony, although a handful do, based on certain circumstances. Georgia has rejected palimony as a cause of action, giving people incentive to actually marry instead. Thus,…

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Home Rights of Unmarried Cohabitants

If you are unmarried and cohabitate with your partner in their home, do you have any rights or financial interest in the home? First, under Georgia law, you are considered an at-will tenant and cannot be kicked out of the house. You can only be removed by the legal process of eviction. As to ownership…

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