Contempt Of Court In Family Law

Posted On March 3rd, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Nobody ever thinks of themselves as the kind of person who disobeys the court or ridicules orders. But whether we like to believe it or not, there are those who continue to treat our society like trash but continuously and deliberately disobey the law and the court that holds it. You would think these people…

Mistakes To Avoid When Naming A Beneficiary Designation

Posted On February 24th, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Nobody likes to think of what’s after death. It gives us that little knot in our stomach that makes us feel a tad bit woozy. You know the one, you all do. But sometimes, it’s suitable to discuss what happens when we draw our last breath and strike our final heartbeat. Sometimes, it’s an absolute…

Everything You Need To Know About Adoption

Posted On February 17th, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Each year, thousands of children find themselves within the confines of the United State’s foster system. Just last year, a whopping number of over 100,000 kids are in the foster system just waiting to be adopted and put in a kind home. Unfortunately, most of these children will never find a home suited for them,…

Collecting Unpaid Rent

Posted On February 10th, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Life is but a game of risk. We all roll the dice or bet on red with each and every decision we make in our lives. Whether it’s an actual bet or a figurative one, our lives are just one big game of risk. This fact is especially true when it comes to the world…

Understanding Business Divorce

Posted On February 3rd, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Everyone dreams of owning their own thriving business. Whether it be a small record store on the corner of 1st and 3rd or an international shipping container agency, everyone has had the aspiration of owning their own business from time to time. Usually, these dreams end up having happy endings, but as we all know,…

Nothing’s Set In Stone Until It’s Put Into Writing

Posted On January 27th, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Everyone knows that in order for a deal to be concrete, it must be written in ink, thus cementing its plausibility for any to see. Whether it be a business contract or a leasing agreement, it’s always a good idea to get written confirmation over a verbal agreement. This same principle should be applied when…

FAQs about the Living Will

Posted On January 22nd, 2021 by Michael Dunham

What is a Living Will? Many have heard of a living will and know that it has something to do with what your wishes are with respect to medical decisions, but few know the exact parameters of a living will.  #1. In Georgia, a living will is known as an “Advance Directive for Health Care”….

Incapacity Planning

Posted On January 22nd, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Most people don’t think about getting documents such as powers of attorney, advance directives, or wills for themselves, much less recommending to their loved ones to have those same documents when they notice that someone like their a parent or grandparent starts to experience a mental decline. In order to sign any legal document, the…

Dotting Your I’s And Crossing Your T’s: Reviewing A Lease

Posted On January 20th, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Signing a lease is a big responsibility, something more than just signing your John Handcock on the dotted line. It’s a commitment, not to another being, but to your future, your state of being. For some, signing a lease can be an easy breeze into living in their dream apartment or home. But for others,…

Till Death Do You Pay: Understanding Spousal Support

Posted On January 12th, 2021 by Michael Dunham

Nobody thinks they’ll be getting a divorce in a few short years as they read off their vows to the person they’re marrying. Unfortunately, this is the case for more than half of marriages. This is why “to death do us part” might not be the best choice of words for some marriages. What we…