I have several friends who recently took the Bar Exam. In part, the Bar Exam requires exam takers to memorize laws and then take an intense exam based solely off of their memory. Many joke that this is just a hazing ritual, because in the real world, attorneys do not memorize laws. We look them up. We do not rely on memory alone because what if we remember incorrectly? Additionally, laws often change so it's important to do your research.
Georgia will only recognize a common law marriages that were established before January 1, 1997.
Tonight's post about the State's Marriage Education was written by our Marietta and Atlanta divorce attorney, Megan McClinton.
Tonight's post on marriage was written by our Gainesville divorce and family law attorney, Jennifer Thuy-Tien McCall.
7 Signs to Update Your Estate Plan was written by our Wills, Trusts and Estates Attorney, Steve Worrall. While Steve's primary office is in Marietta, he serves all of our clients from Marietta to Atlanta to Lawrenceville to Canton to Savannah and all points in between.
Children as possessions. Possessions as sole property. Sole custody of children, even though the parents are married.