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How to Navigate Virtual Court Hearings and Virtual Mediation

“Virtual Hearings” This is not a phrase that most attorneys are used to hearing. Due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus, most court rooms have switched to web streaming software in an attempt to continue to hear cases while being as safe as possible. There are...

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How To Use Your Parenting Plan for The Holidays

    We are going into the most wonderful time of the year; the holidays! As exciting as it can be, this can also be a very confusing and uncertain time for parents who are following a parenting plan. A parenting plan is a child custody plan developed by the...

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Should I Start Dating During A Separation or Divorce?

The legal process of getting a divorce is not a quick and easy one. Many couples that have made the decision to get a divorce did not get to that point overnight. In addition, once the legal process starts it involves preparing the necessary paperwork to be filed in...

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Under Georgia law, once a child reaches 14 years of age, he/she can elect the parent he/she wants to reside with. The election of a child age 14 years or older shall control unless the parent the child chooses to live with is deemed to be unfit to have physical...

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One of the most frequently asked questions of personal injury clients is "How long will it take to settle my case?" After seeing television advertisements with actors claiming to have received their settlement checks in a flash, many potential clients are surprised to...

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What Is The Standard When Retail Stores Commit A False Arrest?

As patrons it is difficult for many of us to imagine a shopping experience interrupted or made uncomfortable by the retailer following us around the store or even detaining us upon suspicion of some sort of illegal activity. However, this scenario happens occasionally...

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Inadequate Security: The Responsibility of Property Owners to Make Their Property Safe

Many states place a responsibility on owners of property to ensure that their premises are safe from violent crime. In Georgia, this duty is levied upon the owners of several different types of commercial properties such as hotels, shopping malls, office buildings,...

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Teenage and Adult Driver Responsibility Act (TADRA) and It’s Effect On Teen Drivers

Many states, including Georgia, have implemented programs to ensure that the roadways are safe to drive on. Most of these programs are geared towards making sure that teenage drivers have all of the tools the­­­­y need to be as safe as possible before they get behind...

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Should I Hire A Personal Injury Attorney If I Am A Victim of A Crime?

As a victim of a criminal act, most of the interaction that injured persons will have is with either the county solicitor or district attorney's office. Crimes ranging from manslaughter, driving under the influence, serious injury by vehicle and homicide by vehicle...

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