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Month: January 2015

Grandparents’ Rights

Tonight's post was written by one of our Marietta Grandparents' Rights attorneys, Naomi Lumpkin.When people think about custody or best interest of a child, they instantly think Mom and Dad. A recurring theme in today's society is grandparents who step up to assist...

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Defining Families in Family Law

Tonight's post about how we define families in Family Law, was written by our Savannah Family Law Attorney, David Purvis.I teach Family Law, also known as Domestic Relations, at Savannah Law School. One of the central discussions on the first day of class is: "What is...

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Domestic Violence and Divorce

Tonight's post was written by our Atlanta Divorce and Domestic Violence Attorney, Dina Khismatulina.According to the Center for Disease Control's statistics, on average 20 people per minute are victims of physical violence by an intimate partner in the United States....

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Family Law and Selma 1965 – 2015

Last night, I took the family to the movies to watch Selma. Having lived through that era with our own redneck microcosm of racist violence in Cobb County, including living in the same city as the bastard that killed those little girls in the Birmingham church, much...

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Family Law: Auspicious Occasions.

The Firm is nine family law attorneys strong now, always busy, always going to court, and often doing amazing things.Tomorrow, our case will be the first to challenge Georgia's ban on same sex marriages in State Court.  There already is a federal case underway....

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