A divorce action was filed in Cumming, Georgia, by filing the “Complaint for Divorce”. This document contains the names of the parties, a paragraph that provides that the applicant was resident in Georgia for at least six (6) months before the filing of the complaint, where the defendant may be served, the names and dates of birth of all minor children born in the marriage, a paragraph dealing with the income of the parties, the grounds for the divorce and the facility requested by the applicant (alimony, child maintenance, lawyer`s fees, matrimonial home, sea house, holiday home, investment/assets, etc.). The complaint must be verified under oath. Therefore, a signed, notarized “audit” is required for any complaint or petition filed with the court. If minor children are involved in divorce proceedings, both parties must participate in a “parent seminar”. A marital separation agreement can be made before or after the divorce, even if you and your spouse are still together. Although courts in general allow settlement agreements between the parties, Georgian courts are free to enter into settlement agreements or to approve or reject (in whole or in part) settlement agreements concluded by the parties to a divorce. . . .