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We are pleased to announce a successful result for one very special client.  Our client is the administrator of her late husband’s estate.  He was a part owner in a family business.  As was her duty as administrator, our client attempted to obtain company records that would disclose much about the business so she could...
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We are pleased to announce another successful mediation effort.  We helped a family struggling over the appropriate care for their aging Mother.  It is not unusual for siblings to have differing views on the best way to assist their aging parents when the day comes that some level of help is needed.  Usually, the matter...
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What should you do to protect yourself because of the Equifax security breach? Equifax, one of the three major credit bureaus in America, experienced a security breach effecting millions of credit files. More than half of all adult Americans had some private information stolen.  Since the breach, Equifax has published an online submission that allows...
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You Need a Will If You Have a Special Needs Child   In this series of blogs, we address the issues existing that would necessitate you having a Will. In our last blog, we discussed using a Will as a means of nominating a person who will become the Guardian for your children if you...
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August is National Make-a-Will Month.  Now, I’m not sure who comes up with these various national celebrations each month, but because it’s Make-a-Will month I feel compelled to discuss with you the often-overlooked advantage of having a Will. If you have minor children, a Will is the only means you have available by which you...
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Georgia is a right-to-work state. That means you may go to work for a new employer at any time and without notice to an existing employer. Likewise, an employer may terminate you at any time and with no reason and with no severance pay. If you are employed and your employer approaches you about signing...
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Blog Entry for May 22, 2017 One of the largest areas of conflict results from a person not properly identifying his beneficiaries on his insurance policies or retirement accounts. Please check your beneficiary designations annually to insure that the people who you wish to inherit a particular asset is properly identified on that asset as...
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Successful Outcome in the Supreme Court We are pleased to announce success in the Georgia Supreme Court for our client. Click this link http://www.gasupreme.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/s17a0450.pdf to view the opinion of the Supreme Court. In this case, our client will now receive the trial she so justly deserves. We were at the Georgia Supreme Court because the...
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You should complete Ga. Probate Form No. 10. Georgia probate forms are required when filing petitions with the probate court. Use probate form No. 10. You must be specific in requesting the property that you want the court to award you. You may ask for real estate or personal property. The law requires you to...
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We are pleased to announce a jury victory for one of our deserving clients. In this matter, our client was involved in a rear-end collision. While he was stopped at a red light, the person behind him failed to stop in time and ran into the back of his car. Our client has suffered from...
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