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February 19, 2014In Georgia, depending on the nature of the family law case, the parties to the matter are indeed entitled to a jury trial. According to Georgia law, “Unless […] a jury trial is demanded in writing by either party on or before the... Read More
March 13, 2014Intentionally lying under oath during a Georgia divorce matter is not a technique that should be employed in an effort to obtain a better divorce outcome. Lying under oath is a crime and lying under oath in a divorce matter is just as serious as... Read More
July 23, 2014Georgia is one of only a few states in the United States that affords litigants in divorce matters the right to a jury trial. This right is limited however, as juries are not allowed to made findings regarding child custody. Thus, in a divorce... Read More
March 03, 2015For many, divorce is their first, and likely only, experience with the legal system. As a result, the legal process associated with divorce can be overwhelming, stressful and intimidating, especially when it comes to going to court. If you will... Read More
October 12, 2017The modes of communication have increased exponentially over the past decade or so, greatly changing the evidence seen in court cases. While an original, written document used to be the only evidence used, this has now expanded to include emails,... Read More