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The firm secured another Court victory for one of our deserving clients in the form of a judgment of almost $70,000. The award compensated her for the attorney’s fees she incurred to offer a Will for probate in face of an objection made by the adult child of the deceased person to the Will being...
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The firm was involved in an important case in the Georgia Court of Appeals. In this case, the court ruled in favor of our client when it reaffirmed that on a Petition to Settle Accounts, the probate judge has authority to do just about anything necessary to resolve an estate. In our particular case, the...
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We are pleased to announce a victory in Hall County Probate Court, where a jury found our client’s will to be valid. The will was created by a woman who had one child who had left her estate in trust for her child with the exception of two small bequests to her nieces. The child...
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We are very pleased and happy to represent one partner of a company who went through a bitter breakup with his partner in 2010.  After eight years of litigation, we were able to secure a victory for our client when the trial court dismissed the complaint filed against our client by his former partner because...
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Do You Know Who Your Parents Are?   It is easy for each of us to assume our parents are who we were raised to believe them to be.  Before DNA tests were readily available, if your Mom or Dad told you that they were your parent, and if your birth certificate confirmed that, there...
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VOTE NO TO Constitutional Amendment THREE The Georgia General Assembly, apparently upset that one of its members had been removed as a judge by the Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC), has decided that the JQC is corrupt and does not properly discipline the judges in this State. The Legislature’s solution for the problem they described is...
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CONSERVATORS HAVE A DUTY TO THE BENEFICIARY OF THE ACCOUNT We are pleased to announce another successful outcome at trial. In our most recent case, a four year old child’s mother passed away leaving her a $100,000 life insurance policy. The probate court placed this money into a conservatorship account and placed the child’s guardian...
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Most of you will go through life without ever being issued a subpoena to appear at a trial and give testimony. However, for those who have been issued a subpoena, the process can be daunting. First and foremost, you must strive diligently to tell the truth. Sure, it seems easy to tell the truth. However,...
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We are pleased to announce the resolution of a personal injury claim with one of our clients for the amount of $80,000. A client suffered a fractured ulna in a collision in Savannah, Georgia. After a full day of intense negotiations our client agreed to accept the sum of $80,000 as full compensation for the...
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We are pleased to announce that Lauren Bryant has been admitted to practice before the Georgia Court of Appeals. With Ms. Bryant’s acceptance to the Court of Appeals, we are pleased to announce that all of our associates are authorized to practice in the Appellate Courts of Georgia. Should you need any assistance with your...
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