June saw summer resolutely entrench itself with a new round of blooms and fun warm-weather sports and activities. COVID continued to withdraw from the state. However, we remain watchful here at the firm. Although we still offer non-contact meetings with our clients, face-to-face meetings are also available and masks are optional.
Our offices will be closed Monday, July 5 in celebration of the United States’ independence. However, as always, we will have an account manager on duty to help schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys.
SM&P partner Randy Sabatini has been practicing law for more than 30 years. In recognition of his 10-year anniversary with SM&P, read about his contributions to our firm and the Georgia law community.
Find out about SM&P’s latest outreach to our local veterans through our donation, in partnership with the local Kiwanis Aktion Club, of books and bookmarks.
The attorney spotlight this month features Lily Bristow. Throughout Lily’s career, she has managed many cases, including those with very contentious child custody matters, complex equitable divisions, prenuptial agreements, modifications, legitimations, name changes, and guardianships. Click here to learn more about Lily.
We wish all of our clients and friends a happy and safe Fourth of July — one of our favorite holidays!
SM&P Celebrates Randy Sabatini’s 10 Years with the Firm
In the 10 years that Randy has been a driving force in leadership at SM&P, he has further developed his reputation as a good listener who helps clients feel comfortable, find a common point of reference, and then create a process to achieve their goals. Through this emotional time, Randy remains calm and unflappable and, if the situation so requires, can be a very aggressive protector of his client’s rights.
SM&P Donates Books to Veterans
Staff at SM&P teamed up with the Kiwanis International Chattooga Atkion Club to collect gently used books and handmade bookmarks for veterans in assisted living facilities, homeless veterans, and those in shelters.
After graduating from Mercer University School of Law, Lily immediately began her vocation in family law. Throughout that career, Lily has managed many cases, including those with very contentious child custody matters, complex equitable divisions, prenuptial agreements, modifications, legitimations, name changes, and guardianships.
Child Custody for Unmarried Parents: What to Know in Georgia
Child custody can be a difficult subject, particularly when the parents are not – or have never been – married to one another. Here are the biggest questions most people ask about this topic and what you need to know regarding the laws surrounding Georgia custody issues.