15 Signs of Teen Marijuana Use Many parents are shocked to realize that their child has been using marijuana when they catch their teen in the act or are informed of a positive drug test by the school or police. But there are many warning signs that they may have missed. Teen Marijuana Use Indications Keep [...]
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Can You Get A DUI for Prescription Drugs? Only a few weeks before the U.S. Open, golf legend Tiger Woods was in the news for something much less pleasant. News broke in late May that Woods had been arrested for driving under the influence, but this was not the usual case of drunk driving. Police [...]
Driving After A DUI in Georgia: Hardship License Plate Most people know that a conviction for Driving Under the Influence will have a far-reaching negative impact on their own driving privileges. Fines and jail time are among the more severe consequences for DUI, but the ones most keenly felt by many drivers are the ones [...]
How To Get Your License Back After A DUI Suddenly finding yourself without a driver’s license can throw your life into disarray. How will you get to work or school? How will you take care of everyday tasks like grocery shopping or medical appointments? If you have been convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), [...]
Guardianship and Divorce in Georgia Divorce and child custody are incredibly stressful and complicated issues. The potential legal issues become even more tangled when you are the legal guardian of the children in question. Many people are unaware of the differences between legal guardianship, adoption, and child custody, which are all subject to specific laws [...]
Divorce and Child Emancipation When parents divorce, the non-custodial parent is usually liable for child support. The state of Georgia requires parents to provide the necessary support to minor children using the Income Share Model of support. Child support is calculated by the court based on a worksheet that determines the cost of supporting the [...]
Georgia Common Law Divorce Most people have heard of “common law” marriage, but very few understand the legal realities of the term. Common law marriages are not recognized in the majority of states. However, the state of Georgia does recognize common law marriages created before 1997. Common law marriage is also recognized in Alabama, Colorado, [...]
What are the penalties for a first time DUI in Georgia The state of Georgia is particularly tough on DUI offenses. Even if you are a first time offender, it is important to take the charges seriously. A DUI conviction can be expensive, embarrassing, and cause major disruption to your daily life. If you are [...]
Not Paying Child Support in Georgia In Georgia, any custodial parent or caretaker has the right to file for child support. Once the court determines the appropriate division of expenses, the noncustodial parent will be ordered to pay a specific amount, usually on a monthly or biweekly basis. Unfortunately, sometimes additional effort is necessary to [...]
Alimony negotiations can be one of the most difficult parts of divorce proceedings. If you are going through a divorce in Georgia, it is important to be informed about the process before you get started. You will want to understand what the court will be looking at when determining what financial support is required, the [...]