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Archive for April, 2017

Custody and Visitation Rights in Georgia

  In Georgia, married parents have equal rights to custody and visitation. However, the custody and visitation rights will be different if the parents aren’t married. Georgia law gives custody rights to the mother only if the parents are not married. Unwed fathers are required to file a legitimation action in court in order to get custody and visitation rights….read more →

Will You Lose Everything If You File For Bankruptcy in Georgia?

Those wanting to file for bankruptcy in Georgia often ask if they will lose everything if they file for bankruptcy or if there are any exemptions that allow them to keep their house and car. Loss of property is also a common concern among clients who have set aside funds in their 401(k) plans or other retirement plans, retirement investments,…read more →

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