Tackling the Domestic Relations Affidavit
If you're a party to a domestic relations case in the State of Georgia, chances are that you're going to be required to fill out a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit - more commonly known as a "DRFA." While Uniform Superior Court Rule 24.2 sets forth the content requirements for DRFA's and various deadlines for submitting them to the court in the context of your case, it provides absolutely no guidance as to how to properly complete the document.
As a result, for some people, completing the DRFA is a daunting task, particularly in the absence of guidance from an experienced attorney. The video below is designed to address some of the questions most commonly raised by my clients when filling out their DRFA's. If, after watching the video, you still are uncertain about filling out your DRFA, contact our office to set up a meeting for further assistance!