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Divorce: Combat or Cooperation  

Divorce is normally coupled with feelings of anger, resentment, fear and even guilt. Sometimes, both parties lash out at one-another with accusations of fault. It is generally a hostile time. The children are forgotten as parents deal with their own grief. When they do think of the children, the parents battle over custody and who [...]

2016-10-31T14:22:07+00:00 By |

Am I liable if someone borrows my car and gets into an accident?  

Before you let someone borrow your car, you should consider – will you be liable for the damages if they have an accident? While insurance usually provides coverage if the driver has an accident, there are special rules to be mindful of. Car Insurance Generally Follows the Car As a general rule, car insurance follows [...]

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Does a Known Sperm Donor Have Any Parental Rights or Obligations?

In late November 2014, after a long and protracted court battle, the California Supreme Court declared well-known actor, Jason Patric, to be the legal parent of a child he fathered as a known sperm donor. The story began when Jason agreed to be the sperm donor for an ex-girlfriend with the initial understanding that his [...]

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Food Poisoning: Eating Contaminated Food Can Kill You!

Most Georgians likely remember the Peanut Corporation of America processing plant in Blakely that was shut down after 714 people fell ill due to Salmonella poisoning, nine of whom died. The epidemic infected people in 46 states. The company sold its products to schools, airlines and nursing homes across the country as well as well-known food manufacturing companies like [...]

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What Happens If Domestic Partners or Unmarried Couples Decide to Split?

In the United States, according to the 2010 census, 7.5 million couples are living together without being married. Some of those couples obviously reside in the state of Georgia. Unmarried couples who live together are not afforded benefits that are generally afforded to spouses, like healthcare or retirement benefits. If one has a medical crisis, [...]

2016-10-31T14:22:07+00:00 By |

Georgia Child Support 101: Law Basics

Sometimes relationships do not work out the way you expect. When you have children with your ex-partner or spouse things become more complicated when separating. Following a breakup, children need emotional and financial support from each parent. Due to a relationship breakup, a child resides and may spend more time with one parent than the other; [...]

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