You have the right to peacefully assemble.  That is a fundamental right.  Good people have suffered and died for it.  And yes, some crazy people ask us to listen to things we don’t want to hear. Nonetheless, your rights under the First Amendment cannot be repealed by executive order, local ordinance, state law, or act

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This video linked above is one of the most popular on my Alabama website, so I am sharing it on the Georgia website. I get more than a few calls from people who downloaded some will or power of attorney forms from an internet site, but became nervous about actually signing them. One caller was

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I know lots of people who own second homes.  Some are “snow birds” who migrate annually north and south.  Some have weekend getaways. Once thing is almost for sure, if you have more than one child, there will be different levels of attachment in them for your vacation home.  One might love all things “beach,”

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If you were in a serious accident, a good emergency room staff could have you on a ventilator, feeding tube, etc. before your family gets to the hospital. If the situation is grave, and you can’t speak for yourself, you would need someone to speak for you. The legalese for such a document includes “Advance

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The trend in estate-planning law in the 21st century is to draft very broad powers of attorney. This trend is driven by our very large appetites for a wide variety of options and choices. Nonetheless, it should not be a secret that more estates are spent dry by relatives or friends holding power of attorney

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If you go to Atlanta, the first question people ask you is, “What’s your business?” In Macon they ask, “Where do you go to church?” In Augusta they ask your grandmother’s maiden name. But in Savannah the first question people ask you is “What would you like to drink?” ― John Berendt, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil My wife and I love Savannah, and about a year

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What do Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jimi Hendrix, and Pablo Picasso have in common? They all died without valid Wills! Are you ready to make an estate plan to cover your family should your health or life be cut down? The Coronavirus reminds us that life is fragile. Estate planning is what I do,

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Many of us are working in unfamiliar areas and renegotiating relationships. I can review a contract within your budget.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I547AZDTVhE   Governor Brian Kemp by executive order in effect until the end of the current Coronavirus emergency, video-teleconferencing is now permitted for the witnessing and notarization of signatures on Georgia legal documents such as WILLS, POWERS OF ATTORNEY, HEALTHCARE POWERS OF ATTORNEY, DEEDS, and TRUSTS. So, if the Coronavirus Lockdown has reminded you that life

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Photo by Ed Schipul

There is a good chance you have heard this beautiful piece, unique as it is to have only two words, “Ave Maria.”  It does not contain the full prayer from Luke 1, sometimes called the “Angelic Salutation” or the “Hail Mary.”  It is on Andrea Bocelli’s Christmas CD, so there are thousands of copies out

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