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What Can I Do If I Am the Victim of a Shooting at a Club in Georgia?

Shooting Personal Injury Cases Alcohol and guns can be a deadly combination. When tempers flare at a nightclub, shots fired in anger can cause fatal injuries. Shooting victims who survive often face the lasting consequences of gunshot wounds, including organ damage, paralysis, brain injuries, and other disabling conditions. If you are injured in a club…

Do You Need an Attorney at Your Arraignment?

Most people are not very familiar with the criminal justice system. After all, most people never expect to ever be arrested. Chances are good that if you have never been accused of a crime, you do not know what an arraignment is. So you probably have no idea whether you should have an attorney present…

Defense Strategies For DUI

Criminal Defense Lawyer A police officer charging you with a DUI is a serious matter and it means that you should get legal representation as quickly as possible. This is not the type of traffic charge you want to face alone. If convicted, you can expect that many aspects of your life will completely change,…

Making Modifications for Child Custody and Child Support

Making Modifications for Child Custody and Child Support   When you move through the process of divorce, making decisions regarding child support and child custody are likely two of the most important agreements you and your ex will need to reach. It’s not uncommon, however, for agreements that were made to require modification. This is…

Will You Be Required to Pay Spousal Support in a Divorce?

Family Lawyer Spousal support, which is also called alimony, is a payment to an ex-spouse in a divorce to provide financial assistance to a former spouse. If you are the higher breadwinner in a marriage, you may be concerned about paying alimony to your spouse. State laws often govern whether you’ll be required to pay…

What Recently Divorced Spouses Must Know About Estate Planning

They say that people who have written an estate plan should revisit it and make changes as needed every few years. Events such as marriage, divorce, adoptions, changes in financial status, or deaths may necessitate updating your estate plan documents. If you are recently divorced, then now is the time to edit your estate plan…

Do You Still Need a Will if You Have a Trust?

Do You Still Need a Will if You Have a Trust? If you are getting ready to plan your estate, you probably have a lot of questions. You may have heard that you have two major options, which are a trust and a will. How does this work? If you have one, do you need…

Everything You Need to Know About Traffic Court

Everything You Need to Know About Traffic Court No one wants to receive a traffic ticket. If you do receive a ticket, the police officer may tell you that you have to appear in court. This confuses a lot of people. Can’t you simply pay the fine and be done with it? It is actually…

Elements of a DUI Stop

Criminal Defense Lawyer Having a drink or two while over at someone’s house doesn’t seem like it will be that big of a deal. You don’t live too far away, and so getting your car back home in one piece won’t be too difficult. Your thinking may be skewed, and if an officer believes your…

What Should I Know About Writing a Will?

Divorce Lawyer If you are thinking about creating and/or modifying a will, know that you are taking a critically important step towards safeguarding your wishes. A staggering number of American adults do not have a will in place and the fact that you are willing to embrace the estate planning process in this way is…