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Month: October 2018

Credit scores carry ever more weight in American society. They are used for everything from buying a house, applying for a loan or a credit card, and even for getting a job in Georgia. Maintaining a good credit score is therefore critical in today's society, but it is...

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Breaking up a family in Georgia is seldom easy, but it can be significantly more complicated when there are children involved. It is widely held that the continued involvement of both parents in the lives of their children is the most beneficial for the health and...

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It is no secret that divorce can be hard on children. When child support payments are involved, this can contribute to the difficult situation. If the non-custodial parent is behind in child support payments, this can cause an even more contentious relationship...

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The drug crisis continues to be a dominant story in the news in Georgia and around the country. In addition to the adults and teenagers suffering because of addiction, there is also a large number of babies being born addicted to drugs as a result of a birth mother's...

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While the number of marriages dissolutions is declining, the rate is actually increasing for older people in Georgia. With the end of 2018 quickly approaching, aspects of the new tax law will soon go into effect. This can have a significant impact on anyone...

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