Legal Blog: Family Law
Child Support: Understanding Rights
February 9, 2016
Divorce is clearly an emotionally charged situation, particularly when children are involved. If you find yourself in a position where the non-custodial parent is failing at his or her duties to pay court-ordered monies and you need to support your children, you will want to consider an attorney to protect your rights, and more importantly, Read More
Do You Get Your Legal Advice Online? Nothing Beats a Personal Consultation!
September 10, 2015
We live in a world driven by technology. You can do just about anything online, now. You can shop, take college classes, see a doctor “online”, and even pay traffic citations from the comfort of your computer. Many people are now even able to work from home. Over the past few years a number of Read More
Crime Rises in the Summertime. Here are Some Easy Tips to Stay Safe!
August 7, 2015
In Georgia, the summer months bring lots of activities to choose from. Summer is a great time for heading to the lake, spending the day at a local amusement park or just lounging by the pool. Fun isn’t the only thing that happens during the summer. Local police departments usually see an increase in crimes Read More
When Divorce is the Only Option…
May 27, 2015
Divorce can take a serious toll on all those involved, both emotionally and financially. If children are involved, the situation can become even more difficult to deal with. Marriage is meant to last for years and years. In fact, it’s in the vows: “Until death do us part.” The reality is, however, that many marriages Read More
Are You Facing A Lawsuit? This May Answer a Few Questions…
April 3, 2015
A lawsuit can be a very scary thing. If you are being sued, you undoubtedly have a number of questions and concerns. If you lose a lawsuit, or have a judgment against you, your finances and family could be affected for years to come. Generally, there are three basic types of lawsuits. Those are: Read More
What Happens in a Temporary Protection Order? What are Stalking Laws?
March 30, 2015
When a Temporary Protection Order (TPO) is issued by a judge, it is intended to keep one person from contacting another. A TPO is typically issued in cases of stalking, harassment or bullying. It is used if someone feels threatened by another and has personal safety concerns. If you know someone who has been served Read More
Do I Need an Attorney for an Uncontested Divorce? How Does Having Children Impact My Decision?
February 12, 2015
An uncontested divorce is when two spouses can reach a mutual agreement outside of trial. It is an effective way to save money and avoid excess expenses if you and your spouse can agree on three major areas: Finances, including alimony and child support Division of property, including assets and debts A parenting plan for Read More
Do I Really Need A Lawyer?
September 26, 2014
Are you facing a tough situation, or been involved in an incident, and asked yourself if you need an attorney? That’s not an uncommon question. You may think you can handle things on your own, or with the advice of friends, without contacting an attorney. You may also think that legal bills associated with your Read More