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GA Traffic Fatalities Increased in 2020

GA Traffic Fatalities Increased in 2020

With Coronavirus restrictions in place, many assumed that Georgia traffic would be safer. In fact, the opposite occurred. Learn how to protect yourself out there and when you should reach out to an attorney.

New Georgia Laws That Take Effect in 2021

New Georgia Laws That Take Effect in 2021

We’re just a few weeks into 2021, and in case you didn’t know, there are actually quite a few new Georgia laws that have taken effect in the new year. Here are some to keep your eye on.

Holiday Custody Tips for Parents After Divorce

Holiday Custody Tips for Parents After Divorce

Thanksgiving is upon us with Christmas just around the corner, and for some families it’s their first time navigating the thorny situation of dealing with post-divorce custody arrangements during the holidays. It doesn’t have to be difficult process though…

Four FAQ’s About Prenuptial Agreements

Four FAQ’s About Prenuptial Agreements

Some people may hear the words “prenuptial agreement” and think they’re the sort of thing only very wealthy people need to concern themselves with. The fact is many couples can benefit from these arrangements, for a variety of reasons.

Four FAQ’s for a Giving a Deposition

Four FAQ’s for a Giving a Deposition

“Deposition” can be an intimidating word for people, but it doesn’t have to be with an experience lawyer by your side to help you with the process.

5 Tips to Prepare for a Child Custody Hearing

5 Tips to Prepare for a Child Custody Hearing

A Child Custody battle can be an excruciating experience, but with the right preparation, attitude, and legal counsel you’ll have a much easier time navigating sometimes-intimidating world of family law.

Keeping up with Georgia Courts During Covid-19

Keeping up with Georgia Courts During Covid-19

If you had business before the court, or were required to file certain documents around the time Coronavirus hit you probably had your deadline to file suspended, tolled, or extended as of March. That clock has started ticking again…