The will and probate attorneys at SM&P would be the first to tell you that you need a will. However, do not let the panic surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic rush you into making a will that is not well contemplated. To do so would defeat the purpose of your will, which is to ensure that […]
Every American family has been impacted in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic. It has already changed the very nature of who we are as a society and how we interact with each other in our day-to-day lives. “Social distancing” used to refer to something you did to end a bad relationship and was often […]
At SM&P, your health and safety are our top priorities. The local courts may have modified their processes, however, we have attorneys and staff prepared to work on your behalf via email or telephone and video consults from the comfort of your home. Click or call today.
As part of normal divorce proceedings in Georgia, you and your spouse will each need to file a domestic relations financial affidavit (DRFA) listing all of your income and expenses. The purpose of this affidavit is to help the judge determine alimony (usually called “spousal support” to be more gender-neutral), child support, and/or separate maintenance […]