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Who Should Know About Your Estate Plan?

June 24th, 2022

It is vital that your family know about your estate plan now. If they find out later on, they could either be unprepared to execute their responsibilities, or they may be more likely to challenge it legally. Here is who you should tell about your estate plan. First, you should explain the choices that you […]

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Can You Move with Your Child?

May 25th, 2022

A parent with physical custody may want to move at some point after the initial custody order is entered. In order to move with the child, a parent will need the permission of the other parent or a court order. That parent has the burden of proof to show that the move is in the […]

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Penalties for Multiple DUIs in Georgia

April 27th, 2022

The penalties are strict enough for a first DUI offense in Georgia. On a second or subsequent offense, the punishment will escalate. In Georgia, the lookback penalty for DUI convictions is longer than in many other states. If you have more than one conviction in a ten-year period, you will face repeat offender penalties. The […]

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When to Call a Criminal Defense Lawyer

April 11th, 2022

The legal process is not something that you should attempt to handle on your own. When you are facing criminal charges, your freedom and your future can be at risk. The criminal justice system can be complex and nowhere near as fair as you think it is. An attorney can help protect you. Call a […]

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Do You Need a Living Trust?

March 2nd, 2022

When many people hear the word “trust,” they immediately think of incredibly wealthy people who use various legal mechanisms to protect their assets. In reality, trusts are available to anyone with assets, and establishing a living trust can ensure that your assets go to your beneficiaries as efficiently as possible. Read on to learn more, […]

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What if Your Spouse Filed for Divorce?

January 31st, 2022

If your spouse moves forward and files for divorce, you might not know what to do. Whether the divorce is a surprise to you or not, it is important that you don’t delay in speaking with a Greensboro divorce attorney, as you only have a limited amount of time to respond to the divorce petition […]

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Did You Get Arrested for DUI Over the Holidays?

December 31st, 2021

The number of DUI arrests spikes over the holidays, as law enforcement will usually run sweeps to make even more arrests. If you have been arrested, you must get legal help as soon as possible. Your freedom and your future could depend on it. Officers are not always right when they arrest you for drunk […]

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Give Your Family the Gift of an Estate Plan

November 27th, 2021

This holiday season, there is something that you can give your family that might not seem that attractive of a gift at first. However, having an effective and updated estate plan in place will do more for your family than you – or they – might realize. There are many ways that an estate plan […]

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Are You Waiting to File for Divorce Until 2022?

October 18th, 2021

It is common to wait until after the holiday season to file for divorce. There are both financial and emotional reasons for this decision, and many people simply do not want to “ruin” the holidays for their children or families. Just because you are waiting to file, however, does not mean that you should wait […]

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Evidence in a DUI Case

September 20th, 2021

Georgia laws take driving under the influence (DUI) cases very seriously, though a prosecutor must provide sufficient evidence to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt to secure a conviction. You should always have help from a Greensboro DUI defense attorney who can challenge the evidence against you. Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) The most concrete […]

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