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Inheritance‌ ‌Laws‌ ‌in‌ ‌Georgia‌ ‌

Georgia considers residents who die with a valid will prepared “testate.” That means a will was prepared and signed by the decedent and two witnesses. A properly signed will typically will be viewed by a court as the exact wishes of the decedent and use it as the guiding document for the decedent’s estate and successor heirs.

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Things You Should Know About Personal Injury Lawsuits

Understanding how to navigate a personal injury claim can be confusing and frustrating. Personal injuries are not just from vehicle accidents. Some other claims can come from premises liability (slip and falls), products liability, dog bites, work related injuries, and any other injury that can be attributed to another party.

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Medical Malpractice Claims

Medical malpractice is a cause of action related to negligence in providing health care. While outcomes are not always guaranteed -- for instance, some surgeries are known to be risky and may result in complications -- malpractice occurs when a health care provider fails to perform to the standards of his or her profession.

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Chapter 7 vs Chapter 13 in Georgia

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often referred to as “liquidation” bankruptcy because it liquidates non-exempt assets to meet debt obligations. The remaining debt balance is discharged or forgiven. However, not everyone is eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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Understanding how An Advance Directive for Health Care, Power of Attorney and Will Are Different Documents, but Work Together

It’s important to know what an Advance Directive for Health Care, Power of Attorney and Will can do for you and while they are different documents, they work together to ensure your wishes are followed; while you are alive and even after you pass away.

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Biden to Allow Eviction Moratorium to Expire Saturday

The Biden administration on Thursday announced it will allow a nationwide ban on evictions to expire July 31, 2021, arguing that its hands are tied after the Supreme Court signaled it could only be extended until the end of the month.

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