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April 2018 Archives

What can I do if my ex defies a court order?

If you're a newly-divorced Georgia resident who is struggling to get cooperation from your ex, it can be maddening if he or she repeatedly thumbs the nose at court orders for visitation or spousal or child support. Your frustration with your ex's flagrant disregard for the law should not lead you to consider taking any illegal actions, however.

Voluntary manslaughter in Georgia

Homicide is the act of taking another person's life. This is a general term that does not factor in the specifics of the situation. Homicide charges are very complex, because there can be many intentions, circumstances and reasons for why another person dies at the hands of another.

Can a post-nuptial agreement be beneficial for a marriage?

Marriages are never easy. Through the years, all couples face challenges and go through rocky periods. However, divorce does not need to be the first option that you come to. There are ways to both protect yourself from the financial consequences of divorce, and in the process, you may be able to strengthen and save your marriage, too.

Consequences of money laundering in Georgia

When a crime takes place, it is very common for money to be involved. Money that is generated through illegal activities can be seized as illegitimate profits by the authorities. Therefore, criminals do whatever they can to make it seem as though this money was acquired through legitimate channels. This process of taking money acquired through criminal activity and making it legitimate is called money laundering, and it is a crime.

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