The Pitfalls of Adding Your Spouse’s Name to Pre-Marital Property

As a divorce attorney, we encounter the following scenario all too often: You received an inheritance and purchased your dream home in Cherokee County. Later, you met your dream spouse and got married.
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Understanding a Parenting Plan in Georgia

If you have a custody case, whether it is a divorce, legitimation, or modification of custody, a parenting plan is required. Below are some common questions clients often ask regarding parenting plans.
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The Divorce Process Starts with Stating Your Intentions

No one gets married with the idea that they will eventually divorce, but you could find yourself staring this situation in the face at some point. With so many challenges associated with the divorce process, you need to have a clear idea of your legal rights from the start.
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Top Tips for Obtaining a Child Support Modification

If you are required to pay child support, you know how important it is to stay current with your payments. At some point, you may find that you are unable to make your child support payments in full and on time. If this happens, you may be tempted to pay less and hope for the best. This isn’t the approach you should take.
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Do You Need an Alcohol Test or “to Blow” to be Convicted of DUI?

After a fun night out in downtown Woodstock, the police greet you with blue lights in your rear view mirror. You may ask yourself, if I do not submit to a blood alcohol test or "blow" can I still be charged with DUI?
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What To Do If You Are Charged With DUI

A DUI charge can be scary and stressful. Maybe you were driving home after having a few drinks at a friend's house when you saw the flashing blue lights in your rearview mirror. After a field sobriety test and breath test didn't go well, you found yourself charged with DUI.
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