Finding Resolution For Your Business Dispute

Augusta GA Business Litigation LawyersWithout question, operating a business of any kind necessitates policies and procedures that consider day-to-day processes, interactions among employees, and transactions that take place. Even so, it is virtually impossible to prevent your business from some type of dispute, whether it’s a contract disagreement, employment claim, or business claim. The good news concerning

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Workers Compensation: The Exception to The Rule

Augusta GA Lawyers for Workman's CompFor employers, the workers’ compensation system is simply a trade-off, as employees relinquish their right to sue in exchange for receiving workers’ compensation benefits. In the majority of cases, this system is a win-win, because employers are protected from having to deal with complicated personal injury claims, while employees receive some assistance in the aftermath of their injury. While the idea is that…

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What Does A ‘Means Test’ Mean To You?

When you hear the word ‘test’ it usually doesn’t give you that warm fuzzy feeling inside. Typically, when faced with a test of any sort, a physical reaction of sweat, stress, headache and fear sets in. When faced with a potential Chapter 7 bankruptcy debt liquidation filing, you will come to a time for something called a Means Test. New laws have made it necessary for a debtor to take a Means Test to determine if you are…

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When Foster Families Adopt

Augusta GA Litigation LawyersWhile the goal of foster care is not necessarily to adopt, many are beginning to view foster care as a first step to adoption. In fact, several states require that families seeking to adopt engage in foster care first. Even so, for families that open up their homes to fostering and decide that they’d like to adopt, there are several important differences that should be noted.

Though it’s possible to adopt a child at any…

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Planning For Your Estate

Augusta GA LawyersIf you’re wondering if you need an estate planning attorney, you may get several different answers, depending on whom you ask. For instance, if your estate is small or doesn’t have many complications, you may be able to devise all of the information pertaining to your estate on your own. Yet, for many individuals, navigating the complexities of details relating…

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