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What are Non-Mandatory Deviations in Georgia?
November 28, 2013
Every divorce, child custody and child support matter is different. With that being said, the presumptive child... Read More
Can a Georgia divorce lawyer testify in murder case?
February 27, 2012
A recent article on ABAJournal.com recently reported how one Georgia court is currently wrestling with a tough a... Read More
Can I record telephone conversations in Georgia?
January 14, 2009
When two parties are going through a divorce, one party may feel that it is necessary to record the telephone... Read More
Evidence at temporary hearing vs. final hearing in divorce case in Georgia
November 01, 2007
In Georgia, there is a difference between the evidence that can be presented in a temporary hearing versus a final... Read More