Prior to 1924, between 10 and 15 percent of Americans were foreign born. Then, Congress passed the Immigration Act, which included strict quotas, and immigration plummeted. In 1965, Congress ended the strict quota system, and immigration rates … [Read more...]
Hit-and-Runs in Criminal and Civil Court: What’s the Difference?
These incidents have become increasingly common over the past few years, especially among pedestrian accidents. Today, about 25 percent of pedestrian accidents are hit-and-runs. Frequently, people flee accident scenes because they don’t have … [Read more...]
Is a Prenuptial Agreement a Good Idea?
If like most people, you are willing to do whatever it takes to ensure a lasting marriage, then yes, a prenuptial agreement is a good idea. Money is the leading cause of marital friction. Disagreements could arise over how to get along without much … [Read more...]
Less Crime Act takes full effect in 2023
Most of the Law Enforcement Strategic Support Act went into effect in mid-2022. The remainder, which is mostly a tax credit for private contributions to police retirement and certain other funds, takes effect January 1, 2023.Lt. Governor Geoff … [Read more...]
FAQs About Child Support FSOs in Cobb County
Child support orders are, by far, the most common family support orders in Cobb County. If the couple has children, whether the couple is unmarried or married, someone almost always pays child support. Divorce orders sometimes include spousal support … [Read more...]
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