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What Do I Need to Know About the New Real ID License?

Posted on Oct 14, 2019 by | Blogs.

There are many circumstances in life where a person is required to show proof of their identity. This can include traveling on a plane or entering certain federal buildings. Usually, a general driver’s license did the trick. However, the laws regarding these licenses are changing within the new year. Beginning on October 1, 2020, people… Read more »

What Happens to My House After a Divorce in Georgia?

Posted on Sep 30, 2019 by | Blogs.

Couples who go through a divorce are required to separate their lives from one another. In doing so, they must divide their assets between the two of them. This can be complicated, especially when the two own a house together. When facing a divorce, couples often wonder what will happen to their home. Usually, a… Read more »

What is Considered a Violation of Probation in Georgia?

Posted on Sep 23, 2019 by | Blogs.

When a person is convicted of a crime in the state of Georgia, they may find themselves on probation. Probation allows an individual to stay within their community instead of going to jail. However, they are under the supervision of a probation officer. While this allows them to live their life, there are certain guidelines… Read more »

Commercial DUI Laws in Georgia

Posted on Sep 16, 2019 by | Blogs.

There are numerous commercial vehicles on the road all across the country. When a person wants to operate a large vehicle such as a bus or tractor-trailer truck, they must obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). These are massive vehicles that can cause catastrophic events if they are not operated correctly. It is because of… Read more »

How is Parenting Time Determined in Georgia?

Posted on Sep 9, 2019 by | Blogs.

When parents go through a divorce, they must establish arrangements for their children’s future as well as their own. This involves determining child custody and parenting time. Typically, parenting time is linked to physical custody. Depending on the family in question’s custody arrangement, it must be determined how much time each parent will spend with… Read more »

Who is the Custodial Parent After a Divorce?

Posted on Sep 2, 2019 by | Blogs.

Parents who go through a divorce must settle the arrangements for their future as well as the future of their children. This includes child custody and child support. During divorce proceedings, parents can acquire physical and legal custody. This establishes a child’s custodial and non-custodial parent. A child’s custodial parent is the individual with whom… Read more »

Penalties for a DUI During the Labor Day Weekend

Posted on Aug 26, 2019 by | Blogs.

Many people partake in plenty of celebratory festivities during the Labor Day Weekend. To send off the end of summer, people throw parties with barbecues, fireworks, and drinking. While it is perfectly okay for people to drink alcohol during their celebrations, it is important to do so legally and safely. It is illegal for underage… Read more »

How Are Marital Assets Divided in Georgia?

Posted on Aug 16, 2019 by | Blogs.

Divorce is generally a difficult process that requires a great deal of patience to deal with the many legal matters that are involved. Throughout the proceedings, spouses must settle their marital issues in order to determine a future post-split. When couples are together for a long time, they often intertwine their lives in numerous ways…. Read more »

Can I Prepare For a Divorce in Georgia?

Posted on Aug 12, 2019 by | Blogs.

It may sound immoral to prepare for a divorce. However, if you are anticipating the end of your relationship, it can be very beneficial for you. By being ready in advance for what may come, it can allow you to have a stable transition through the divorce proceedings and into your new life. When getting… Read more »

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