The Co-parent’s Guide to COVID-19

By |2020-04-06T20:55:49+00:00April 6th, 2020|Uncategorized|


The COVID-19 Pandemic has created a unique set of circumstances for us all, and especially for those who are co-parenting. In the midst of quarantining and Shelter-In-Place orders, it is important to understand how co-parenting is affected. It is COMPLETELY normal for co-parents to have questions and concerns about how to handle exchanging children and addressing parenting time during these unprecedented times.  

Yu Family Law is here to help! We are addressing many of the common questions surrounding co-parenting through the COVID-19 pandemic and are available via phone or email to answer any additional questions you may have!  (more…)

Yu Family Law 12 Tips of Christmas – 2019

By |2019-12-23T21:48:36+00:00December 16th, 2019|Uncategorized|


It’s time for the Yu Family Law 12 Tips of Christmas! The holidays are such a stressful time no matter what your family looks like. Those who are navigating co-parenting relationships or experiencing their first holiday as a separated or divorced family during the holidays inevitably face an additional type of holiday stress and sometimes grief. All 12 tips are designed to help alleviate some of that holiday stress and help everyone focus on all the joy that this holiday brings!


Emily Yu Named 2016 Legal Elite

By |2018-10-31T18:44:43+00:00December 12th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Yu Family Law, LLC is very excited to announce that our very own Emily Yu has been selected by Georgia Trend Magazine as one of Georgia’s top Legal Elites of 2016!

Click here to read the whole article, and click here to see Emily’s name published in the magazine.


Can I Be a Stay-At-Home Parent?

By |2018-10-31T18:44:43+00:00November 21st, 2016|Uncategorized|


Many families discuss having one parent stay-at-home while the other parent goes to work a job outside the home.  There are many factors to consider when contemplating this decision for your family. From a Family Law perspective, Factor #3 (Can you return to your career later?) is important to think about as it relates to the issue of alimony during a divorce.  Although all Judges differ, Courts are more likely to Order what is called “rehabilitative alimony” which is alimony paid to a spouse to help them bet back into the workforce.  The type of career a parent is giving up, what it will take to get back into that career, and if that’s possible after taking time away, are other important factors to consider.

Click here to read a Forbes article that discusses these and other important factors when determining whether having a parent stay-at-home is right for your family.