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Grandparents Visitation Rights in Georgia

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Have you been denied the pleasure of seeing your grandchildren due to a divorce or the loss of one of their parents? As a grandparent you have rights, and the state of Georgia will allow you to seek visitation through the courts. Filing A Petition To take legal action, you will have to file a… Continue Reading

What Happens To Your Debt After You Die?

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How much debt have you accumulated throughout the years? Your mortgage, your student loans, and medical bills can add up to an astronomical amount. If you add up all the money that you own, you may be relieved to know that after you die, you won’t be responsible to pay it anymore.  But who will? What… Continue Reading

Post-Decree Modification Attorney in Augusta

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What happens if your circumstances change after a divorce? It can be hard to predict what your financial situation is going to be like.  Maybe what you’re currently experiencing isn’t the same as when you first got a divorce.  If you’re struggling with the arrangements that were made initially, you may want to consider a… Continue Reading

5 Tips for Choosing the Right Contractor

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Are you thinking about doing some renovations or perhaps you’re ready to build your first home in Augusta?  The possibilities can be amazing and the excitement through the roof. Unfortunately, there are too many cases of contractor neglect that leave homeowners wanting to throw in the towel, not knowing what to do.  Having the right… Continue Reading

6 Reasons You Should Get A Prenuptial Agreement

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A prenuptial agreement (also known as a prenup or a prenuptial) is a financial agreement that two people make before they get married. It details the assets and debts of both parties at the time of marriage, as well as future ones, and determines who is responsible for what, if the marriage is terminated by… Continue Reading

3 Tips to Avoid Getting Your Bill Sent to Collections

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Were you recently sick or had an accident and are now stuck with a pile of medical bills? Finding the money to keep the debt collectors happy, all while still recovering and trying to put food on the table can cause you to throw your hands up in the air and give up. Here are… Continue Reading

The Adoption Process: Dot the I’s and Cross the T’s

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Accepting a new member into your family can bring on a multitude of different emotions for all parties involved.  Having an experienced family lawyer in Augusta, GA by your side will take some of the stresses and worry off your hands so that you can enjoy the more pleasant side of adoption. Fred M. Kennedy,… Continue Reading

Have You Planned Your Estate?

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A death in the family brings out the best and the worst in people. On the one hand, you can probably expect food to be brought to the funeral and even help trying to find the right clothes for burial. On the other hand, there may be arguments over everything from that outfit you chose,… Continue Reading

When A Former Business Partner Steals Your Clients

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You and your friend Bill started a new company with all the hope in the world. While you trusted your partner and were excited to work together, business sense prevailed: you each signed a “non-compete” form, with various other contracts and documents and got started building your dream. Five years in, the company was doing… Continue Reading

Three Ways to Prepare Your Family for Your Loss

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The older you get, the more you begin to face your own mortality. You may begin to look into planning end of life decisions for your family, so they won’t have to stress about the details once you’re gone. Whether you have adult children and grandkids or young children still in school, planning your estate… Continue Reading

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