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NHTSA Hybrids and Electric Cars – New Sound Requirement

Jan 3, 2017
In November 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced a new sound requirement for hybrid and electric (HE) light-duty vehicles. The new rule was made in response to...

Accidents Don’t Take Holidays

Dec 26, 2016
The National Safety Council (NSC) reports that the holiday season, which it defines as between late November and mid-January, is rife with accidents. People trip and fall over Christmas decorations...

Child Custody – What happens when a Parent is a Drug User?

Nov 16, 2016
One of the most contentious issues between divorcing parents is child custody. Even though it can be difficult, Georgia law prefers divorcing parents to make their own parenting plan, with...

Divorcing Same Sex Couples with Children

Nov 2, 2016
The first same-sex marriage in Georgia was performed June 26, 2015. The ceremony occurred just a few days after the U.S. Supreme Court held that marriage is a fundamental right...

Why You Need to Keep a Co-Parenting Journal

Oct 21, 2016
Parenting is no easy task, and co-parenting is even more difficult. You and your child’s other parent didn’t see eye-to-eye in the past, so it’s safe to say there will...

Drone Accidents and Personal Injuries

Oct 10, 2016
A drone, or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, (UAV), is often in the news for its military use in far-away countries. It is controlled remotely, and can be used in areas where...

Which Process Is Best for You: Uncontested Divorce or Mediation?

Oct 5, 2016
Divorce is ranked as the fourth most stressful life event according to The American Institute of Stress. The only life event that ranks higher is the death of a spouse. This...

Co-Parenting Tips for Back to School

Sep 6, 2016
Georgia students in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) have already headed back to school. Most of them, even those who do not like sitting in class, reading books, doing homework...

Back to School Safety

Aug 22, 2016
It’s back to another year of school! It’s that time of the year when Georgia students, parents, school bus drivers and ordinary people driving past schools as part of their...

An Insider’s View on Divorce

Jul 13, 2016
Every year, hundreds of Georgia couples get a divorce. Sometimes, it is an amicable process. Other times, it is an extremely contentious one. Sometimes, one partner is blind-sided when the other...