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Three Legal Things to Do After a Scary Health Diagnosis

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A scary health diagnosis can be emotionally and logistically challenging. For instance, how do you take care of your family if you are physically incapacitated? In addition to working closely with your medical providers, consider these three legal tips: Check with your attorney to make sure your estate plan is up to date. Are… Read More »

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Legal Strategies for Managing Board and Shareholder Disputes

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Corporate directors and shareholders want their company to succeed to the fullest extent possible in a harmonious manner, an achievement equally borne of business savvy and sound business law practices. The vision and path for how to reach this place though can diverge greatly and lead directors and shareholders into complicated, heated disputes over… Read More »

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REMINDER: Annual Registrations Due to Georgia Secretary of State by April 1, 2019

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All entities formed or registered to do business in the State of Georgia must file an annual registration with the Secretary of State, between January 1st and April 1st of each year, in order to remain in good standing. Filing the annual registration provides a current record of an entity’s management structure, correct mailing… Read More »

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Estate Planning Projects to Tackle in the New Year

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As the end of the year approaches and you begin to look back on 2018, what changes need to be reflected in your estate plan? Were you married or divorced in the past year? Perhaps you have welcomed a new child or grandchild or experienced a change in your health. So much can change… Read More »

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Are No-contest Clauses a Good Idea?

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One of the primary objectives of any estate plan is to give clear direction to surviving family members on how the deceased wanted his or her property handled and distributed. An underlying purpose of planning ahead is to eliminate the need or motivation for disputes among survivors and to ensure the wishes of the… Read More »

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