I’ve got a court date…now what? (Part 2)

Lauren Deal, who practices as a criminal defense attorney, divorce attorney and adoption attorney explains how you should prepare yourself in case you are called into court. In my previous article, I talked about the importance of having a lawyer to represent you if you are going to court. Today, I’ve got suggestions for you, the …

I’ve got a court date…now what?

Lauren Deal, who practices as a criminal defense attorney, divorce attorney and adoption attorney explains how you should prepare yourself in case you are called into court. Part One: Your Attorney Whether you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime, or if you are going through a divorce, a child custody or child support hearing, or …

Commentary: Four rules on tinted windows

Kelly Burke, former Houston DA and attorney for Burke-Lasseter, LLC on practical rules for window tinting. Kelly’s areas of practice include criminal defense, personal injury and corporate litigation. He is the founder and moderator of Houston County Carries Concealed and Georgia Carries Concealed, pro-gun organizations found on Facebook and other social media. Kelly also writes …

Legal brief: In contested divorce, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

In my roll as a divorce attorney, I recently concluded a long hearing on a claim of contempt of court for violating a divorce order. In the final order, my client lost the marital residence, a house the family had lived in for seven years. But since the children were still in school, the judge …

Applying Intentionality to Shopping Georgia’s Sales Tax Holiday

First the facts; Saturday July 30th and Sunday the 31st is the state of Georgia’s first sales tax holiday of the year. This first tax holiday is focused on clothing, computers, and school supplies. The second sales tax holiday will be September 30th through October 2nd and will be for Energy or Water efficient products. …