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December 2017

The last step – Closing on your Real Estate

2018-01-10T23:23:29+00:00

Purchasing a new home is one of the most exciting and potentially stressful events that a person can go through. Whether you are a new home buyer or have already gone through the process many times, every real estate transaction is unique. At the end of the process when you are finally ready to close on [...]

The last step – Closing on your Real Estate 2018-01-10T23:23:29+00:00

Can I Reduce My Child Support Payments?

2018-02-12T02:57:43+00:00

Georgia law requires that parents provide financially for their children. This obligation applies regardless of whether your children live with you or whether you are married to the other parent. Thousands of divorced parents have a child support currently in place, but what happens if you can’t afford it? Georgia law allows either parent to [...]

Can I Reduce My Child Support Payments? 2018-02-12T02:57:43+00:00

Juvenile Justice Reforms in Georgia

2018-01-10T22:12:15+00:00

The Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2013 triggered some much-needed improvements for the futures of juvenile offenders, in addition to generating significant savings for Georgia taxpayers. Under the new act, only the most serious and violent young offenders will be held in custody.  Those minors that have not committed serious and violent crimes should be [...]

Juvenile Justice Reforms in Georgia 2018-01-10T22:12:15+00:00

November 2017

Having the right family law attorney is critical during your divorce

2017-11-15T18:29:43+00:00

When marriages break apart stress can be at an all-time high. According to the Holmes and Rahe stress scale divorce and marital separation are near the top of stressful events in one's life. Emotions are inevitably running wild and you may not be thinking about all the variables that you should be. You may even [...]

Having the right family law attorney is critical during your divorce 2017-11-15T18:29:43+00:00

Is your child’s future at risk after a juvenile crime?

2018-02-12T02:57:57+00:00

Each year in the United States two million children are arrested and convicted of juvenile crimes. Many of these occur in the state of Georgia. These range from simple offenses to serious felonies. These mistakes can have a lasting effect on your child's future, including their chance of college admission. The last thing you might [...]

Is your child’s future at risk after a juvenile crime? 2018-02-12T02:57:57+00:00

Looking at real estate in Gwinnett County?

2018-02-12T02:58:07+00:00

Are you buying or selling a house? If you've started this process, you know that although it's exciting, it can also be a stressful time. Having an attorney can help you relax and know that the legal "stuff" will be handled. Contact us today to talk to a Gwinnett County real estate attorney and put [...]

Looking at real estate in Gwinnett County? 2018-02-12T02:58:07+00:00

Can I Relocate with My Child After Divorce?

2017-11-13T23:10:12+00:00

People’s lives change all the time, so it’s not uncommon for a parent to move away after getting a divorce. You might get a new job in a different state, or you might meet a new romantic partner who lives far away. Whatever the reason, you’d like to move but are wondering whether you can [...]

Can I Relocate with My Child After Divorce? 2017-11-13T23:10:12+00:00

How Do You Challenge Eyewitness Identifications?

2017-11-13T23:06:02+00:00

An eyewitness identification is often a big break in a criminal investigation. In a typical confrontation, the police will ask a witness to view a suspect standing in a lineup, and a positive ID can quickly lead to your prosecution and conviction. However, Georgia criminal defendants can challenge positive eyewitness identifications in several ways. At [...]

How Do You Challenge Eyewitness Identifications? 2017-11-13T23:06:02+00:00

When Can the State Take Your Children?

2017-11-13T23:00:56+00:00

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: losing your children. Unfortunately, Georgia’s Division of Family and Childhood Services (DFCS) has the power in some situations to take your children away from you, principally because of alleged deprivation. If a complaint has been filed against you as a parent, then you’ll need a qualified juvenile law attorney by [...]

When Can the State Take Your Children? 2017-11-13T23:00:56+00:00

How to Go Through a DUI Checkpoint

2017-11-13T22:52:41+00:00

DUI checkpoints are a popular tool police use to keep the roads safe, particularly during the holidays. When you go through the checkpoint, the police will ask for your driver’s license and proof of insurance, but they are really checking to see if you have been drinking. Stay calm as you go through the checkpoint [...]

How to Go Through a DUI Checkpoint 2017-11-13T22:52:41+00:00