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JURISDICTIONAL END OF MARRIAGE DATE: Date of the Final Separate-Maintenance Decree or the Date of the Final Divorce Decree. If these do not exist use current date.

STATE TYPE FOR PENSION EVALUATION: Georgia is an "equitable distribution" state. The court will distribute the marital property of the parties between them as it deems equitable and just, after setting aside to each spouse that party's separate property.

[Code of Georgia Annotated; 19-5-13 and Georgia Case Law].


GA. CODE ANN. § 19-5-13

Disposition of property in accordance with verdict.

The verdict of the jury disposing of the property in a divorce case shall be carried into effect by the court by entering such judgment or decree or taking such other steps as are usual in the exercise of the court's equitable powers to execute effectually and fully the jury's verdict.

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