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Can a TPO affect my Divorce or Custody case?

Yes. A TPO can have a significant impact on a Divorce or Custody action. It can affect the rights of both the victim and the abuser. In order to know how your rights may be affected, it is best to consult an attorney if you become involved in a stalking or domestic violence case and […]

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What if I refuse to take the breath test?

If you refuse to take a breath test at a roadblock or DUI sobriety checkpoint, your license will likely be suspended. As your defense attorneys, The Hamilton Law Firm would then schedule a hearing with the Georgia Department of Driver Services in order to appeal your suspension and to determine if in fact your rights […]

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Can Facebook be used against me in a divorce?

You’re in the midst of a contested divorce and you are keeping all of your friends, relatives, and the world update on Facebook. You post pictures, updates as to the status of your case, and post how you feel about your soon-to-be-ex. This should be your personal diary and is there for you to vent. […]

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Can I keep my house if I get divorced?

You brought some property into your marriage, accumulated some property along the way, and now you are facing a divorce.  You need advice about what is really yours, hers, and in between.  You are not alone to have commingled property—many people have concerns about property and what ultimately happens to it, especially if it is […]

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