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Consequences of Theft in Georgia

Theft is one of the oldest criminal activities a person can be involved in, yet it continues and evolves over time. When a person is charged with theft, it is a very serious crime in the state of Georgia. There are many different acts that can fall under the classification of theft. However, it is […]

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Child Relocation After a Divorce in Georgia

When a divorce is over, the former spouses are left to move on with their lives. In doing so, they are often presented with new opportunities that can change their life. Sometimes, this requires them to move because of a job offer or a family matter. If the individual is a parent, this can create […]

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What is Considered a Violent Crime in Georgia?

When a person commits a violent crime, it is taken very seriously in the state of Georgia. Individuals who are charged with violent crimes are facing a very dire situation. These crimes may include assault, battery, battery domestic violence, and aggravated assault. These charges can range from misdemeanors to felonies. If you have been charged […]

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Modifying Settlement Agreements in Georgia

When couples go through divorce proceedings they are required to settle their marital issues. This can either be done by themselves or with the assistance of a judge. If the couple makes these decisions on their own, they need to be reviewed and approved by a judge. When a judge finalizes these arrangements, their decision […]

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Juvenile Crimes in Georgia

Crimes are committed by people of any age. Like all other people, children can commit crimes and be subject to the consequences of doing so. In the state of Georgia, children between the ages of 13 and 17 are considered juveniles. In the event that a child commits a crime, they can face a juvenile […]

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Determining Alimony in Georgia

When a couple goes through a divorce, they are required to determine the arrangements of several legal matters before the marriage is officially dissolved. An important part of a divorce is determining alimony. This is court-ordered financial support from one spouse to another to support a dependent party. These payments are made regularly once the […]

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Probation Violations in Georgia

When an individual is charged with a crime and arrested, they may be put on probation. This allows the individual to return to and stay in their community under the supervision of a probation officer. When given this opportunity, they are required to follow the rules and specified directions of the officer looking over them. […]

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Citing Grounds for Divorce in Georgia

Divorce proceedings can often be a complicated and emotionally exhausting process for all people involved. In the state of Georgia, spouses must meet certain requirements before the process may begin. One of the first steps in divorce proceedings is for the spouses to cite grounds for their divorce. While many people believe divorces only happen […]

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Family Violence Laws in Georgia

Family violence, also known as domestic violence, is a very real and frightening problem that affects many lives. The state of Georgia works hard to protect victims of family violence and help them regain control of their lives. Victims of family violence can be anyone currently or previously domestic relationship. This includes those who are […]

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