In criminal proceedings, it is possible for a District Attorney (D.A.) to add charges to an indictment that were not part of the initial arrest. This can happen if, during the investigation or preparation for trial, additional evidence comes to light that supports more serious or additional...View More
In Georgia, the laws regarding firearm ownership and carrying can be specific and have certain age requirements. As a 20-year-old, you can legally own a pistol that is gifted to you. Georgia law permits individuals aged 18 and older to possess a handgun.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. I'm sorry for the loss of your brother. You could repost question under the categories - Probate, Estate Planning. Some questions go unanswered, but you might have better chances of a response there. Good luck
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This is something that attorneys who deal with wills and estates would have more insight into. Not all questions are ultimately answered here, but you could try reposting under the Probate and Estate Planning...View More
My upstairs neighbor make noise all day and all night and the manager says there is nothing they can do about it. I can tolerate day time but my problem is that this person seems to do most of her thumping around after midnight.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. Some questions go unanswered here, but you might have better chances of a response by reposting and adding "Landlord-Tenant" as a category. Good luck
The attorney was living with my now deceased husband. I own the house she had no lease. She finally moved out but left behind documents numerous boxes of legal documents of her clients from her law practice. She is still practicing law as far as I know. Am I responsible for the document? What do I... View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. One option is to ship them the files, certified mail. Another is to contact them to make arrangements for them to pick up the files. Good luck
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It was probably overlooked under the general "Uncategorized" heading. Some questions go unanswered, but if you want to try reposting under Tax Law, Business Law, Business Formation, Govt &...View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some questions go unanswered, but you could try reposting and adding "Probate" and "Estate Planning" as categories. Good luck
You can reach out to local homeless shelters or organizations that provide assistance to families in need. Additionally, you can contact social service agencies or nonprofits that offer housing assistance and support to individuals and families facing homelessness.
if a contracting company in Georgia advertises being licensed and insured when they do not possess a valid state contractor's license, it may constitute false advertising. False advertising typically involves deceptive or misleading practices in promoting goods or services.
We have witnesses and the police reports indicates the other driver is at fault. State farm is suggesting the liability is mine since it was a left turn, even though it was 10 pm. I am fighting for liability and have some injuries I would like settled.
Get a lawyer (like me) and they will handle that as well as protect you from the trickery the insurance companies depend on to boost profits. They KEEP the money they dont pay for claims, and are known to take advantage of folks who DIY their cases. There is a reason lawyers are paid well, it is...View More
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Insurance coverage for the damages could depend on the terms of your homeowner's policy. You could also try to arrange a consult with a real estate attorney. Good luck
During the time of living under their roof at the age of 18, I required an attorney for something that I had done, it had been settled and after moving out of my own volition they have told me I have to pay them back for hiring the attorney when there were no agreements prior to me paying them... View More
It would be an odd case, but the facts would control. If there was no agreement then it would appear their hiring was a gift and it would be very difficult for them to recover. If there was some sort of agreement, the court would evaluate that agreement.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, as there could be applicable state laws. But as a GENERAL premise, if the hospital acted to protect the safety and lives of everyone on site, it's actions could probably be justified on the basis of necessity. For a more meaningful answer based on Georgia...View More
All attorneys have negative reviews. I would have no problem addressing a concern of a potential client. The attorney will not be able to give details of past representation due to attorney-client privilege, however.
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could try reposting in the Landlord-Tenant category. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up, but you might have better chances of a response there. Good luck
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