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Why Do I Have to Complete a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit? By Alyssa Blanchard

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Pursuant to Uniform Superior Court Rule 24.2, in all cases involving temporary or permanent child support, alimony, equitable division of property, modification of child support or alimony or attorney’s fees, all parties are required to submit a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (“DRFA”).  Unless otherwise ordered by the Court, if you file your case with an

“What Do I Do With The Deceased Will?” By Leslee Hungerford

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  When a loved one dies you may be left with several questions, including what do I do with their Last Will & Testament? Under Georgia law, a person in possession of a Last Will & Testament has an affirmative duty to file it with reasonable promptness with the probate court of the county having

Ken Hodges Fundraiser- Hosted by O’Dell & O’Neal Attorneys

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The Bitter End of Brangelina Includes Supervised Visitation by Leslie O’Neal

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Hollywood has been stunned by the sudden split of one its golden couples, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.  It was announced in September that the couple is divorcing after a lengthy and high profile relationship spanning more than ten years.   They share six children together – 3 of whom are adopted – and they have

“I’M DIVORCED: NOW WHAT?” by Justin O’Dell

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So Dick and Jane got divorced.  Jane has the kids on a primary basis with Dick having visitation.  Before they each settle back into their own lives, each one of them has some important “I’s” to dot and “T’s” to cross related to their respective estates. First and foremost, Dick and Jane should each immediately

Uncontested Divorce 101 written by Attorney Alyssa Blanchard

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One can proceed with a divorce action in one of two ways: 1) contested or 2) uncontested.  In a contested action parties come to the court with most if not all of the issues unresolved.  In an uncontested action, parties have resolved all issues and come to the court to have the divorced finalized based

WHEN YOU OR YOUR CLIENT HAS A BUSINESS PARTNER WHO DIES: WHAT TO DO? by Justin O’Dell

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2015 02 12 when your business partner dies.FINAL

Probation Litigation Basics by Justin O’Dell

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2015.08.19 probate litigation.FINAL

Carrying In Cobb by Leslee Champion Hungerford

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The Probate Court is not just for estates. It is also the place to go to get a weapons carry license. In order to obtain a weapons carry license there are a few requirements you must meet: you must 1)  be at least 21 years old (or over the age of 18 and an active

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