No one expects to be pulled over for driving under the influence of alcohol. If have been in this situation and as a result, you’re facing a DUI charge, you know how difficult that is. If it’s not your first charge, you’re facing more strict consequences, and it is that much more serious. The penalties [...]
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Most people believe that sobriety tests are based almost entirely on testing the defendant for blood alcohol content with either a Breathalyzer or a blood test. This, however, isn’t the complete story. In fact, there are little-understood field sobriety tests that are often implemented and that often provide compelling evidence in court. Field Sobriety Tests [...]
If you are arrested for DUI in Georgia, you will likely face an automatic license suspension for some period of time. Further, if you make the choice to drive on a suspended license and are then arrested, you can face additional consequences. These include mandatory fines, further license suspensions, and potential jail time. If you [...]
Buying a home can be an exciting but stressful experience. What is hiding behind those walls? Was the seller truthful on the disclosure statement? Home inspections can help disclose the true condition of the property. A Lumpkin County real estate closing attorney can guide you through the closing process, including interpreting the meaning of and [...]
Prenuptial agreements are not all that uncommon, especially when couples marry later in life. Asking a future spouse to sign a prenuptial agreement might be a touchy subject. If you are getting married and considering a prenuptial agreement, you will want to plan carefully. Pre-planning can be critical to the validity and enforceability of your [...]
Real estate closings can be daunting. The financial paperwork is full of numbers, fees, and places that require signatures. A Johns Creek real estate closing attorney can help you make sense of all the documents and fees, including closing costs. There is an "origination fee." There is a "processing fee." Fees, fees, fees. There are [...]
The new Trump tax plan and changes in tax law are setting up 2018 to be a potentially important year for filing for divorce. In the event that you are facing a divorce in 2018 and might have to pay alimony, you might want to accelerate your divorce proceedings to be complete before the end [...]
Someone knows someone who had a bad divorce experience. Myths about the divorce process can come from many places. Often friends or family with bad experiences might articulate their opinion, which could be mistaken for fact. Our Dawson County family law attorney can help you understand the truth about divorce. Here are a list of [...]
Currently, Georgia’s age of consent is 16 years old. If your child is under 16, then any adult who has sex with them has committed statutory rape and can be punished accordingly. However, most teens date and are romantically involved with other teens. For example, it is common to see two 15-year-olds dating or a [...]
During a divorce, couples often argue over who will get physical custody of the children and how they will divide property. But what about your pets? Unless you and your ex intend to live together in the future, one of you will need to take your dog, cat, or rabbit with you. In a Georgia [...]