Legal Articles
  • Personal Injury And Wrongful Death Cases Require Individual Attention From The Attorney
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • Personal Injury And Wrongful Death Cases in Atlanta Require Individual Attention From The Attorney An Atlanta personal injury wrongful death lawyer meets with potential clients in order to determine if they are a good fit for their law firm. You should consider a law firm with many years of experience as they have seen the damage that accidents bring and the devastating results of an injury or wrongful-death accident.
  • Dealing with Power Imbalance in the Workplace
  • by Perry Goldlust
  • Conflict usually arises when the relationship between an employee and a supervisor becomes imbalanced. Because these kinds of workplace conflicts can often breed resentment and distrust, they are typically difficult to deal with. Here are the best practices for resolving power imbalances in the workplace.
  • Four Tips for Managing Commercial Disputes
  • by O. Meredith Wilson
  • In any kind of business, an essential part of success is knowing how to resolve commercial disputes quickly and efficiently. Disputes in business are inevitable so your best course of action is to find a means by which to resolve them and move forward. What are four things you can do to settle disputes quickly and in some cases avoid them completely?
  • Tips for Mediating a Construction Dispute
  • by O. Meredith Wilson
  • Mediation is a productive means by which to solve a variety of different disputes, but it is especially effective when dealing with disputes related to the construction industry. If you and the other party want to resolve the conflict in a civilized manner without the expense or time-consuming nature of a trial, consider availing the services of a mediator. Here are a few things you should know about the process.
  • Court Record Copying
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • If you're a judgment enforcer, you can visit your court and ask a court clerk; or use the court's computer(s) to view judgments and ask the court clerk to get judgment folders. The clerk will then make a copy for you for (for example fifty cents for each page), which adds up, and also you may need to wait in line . It would be more cost and time effective if you used your scanner or a camera.
  • Serving In The Courtroom
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • It's isn't a very smart plan to serve process on somebody in a courtroom when a judge is presiding as judges really hate this. What is the reason it is it so hated? Judges view visits at their courtroom as a mandatory event, and all the consequences are to come from the judge only.
  • Settlements And Judgments
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • It's usually a good thing, if you decide to settle a large judgment for somewhat less than the total amount due. Most settlements make the judgments go away, but it doesn't need to happen.
  • Keeping A Positive Outlook During Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • Men going through the divorce process, especially when children are involved, are clearly at a disadvantage. Women have been favored and continue to be throughout divorce proceedings. Society likes to view women as victims while acting like all men are scoundrels. The problem with this is that in order for a marriage to fail both parties are accountable. No one is without fault in a divorce.
  • Moving Forward After Your Divorce
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • It is pretty obvious; divorce is not great for your marriage. With the obvious being stated it is important to know that women handle divorce harder than men. Don't get me wrong divorce is hard for both men and women however truth be told men move on faster.
  • Levying Security Deposits
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • Can You have the sheriff levy on the landlord's security deposit in the name of your judgment debtor? Can the landlord brush you off by claiming that they have to keep the security deposit until your judgment debtor moves? At court, landlords very often win 3rd-party claims on rental deposits.
  • Nunc Pro Tunc
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • The Latin expression Nunc Pro Tunc is a legal phrase. Nunc pro tunc means now for then (a court-endorsed decision that corrects a previous court ruling). Usually, if a court approves a nunc pro tunc order, the order applies back to correct a previous entry in the court. These orders are very rarely used, and aren't often used to fix clerical errors.
  • Military Levies
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • What if you see your debtor's Facebook web page says prominently that he is working for a US Navy MEO Office. Could that be this a good lead to the way the debtor makes income? Can you arrange to levy his military income to repay your judgment?
  • Relationship Between A Personal Injury Or Accident Lawyer And Adjuster
  • by Jay Sadd, Esquire
  • Relationship Between An Atlanta Personal Injury Or Accident Lawyer And Adjuster Many inexperienced Atlanta personal injury attorneys think that threatening a lawsuit will cause the insurance adjuster to be afraid. The opposite is often the case. Insurance companies, especially small conservative insurance companies, usually have skilled personal accident lawyers. Contact Slappey & Sadd, LLC at 404-255-6677 for assistance with your case.
  • Estate Administration: What To Do When A Family Member Dies
  • by Graham Brightwell
  • Settling the estate of a deceased loved one is often a challenging process, especially when you are grieving. By being aware of state laws and following these steps could dramatically ease the process of deceased estate administration. Administering the estate means securing the properties of your loved one during the process of administration, paying taxes and debts, and distributing assets.
  • Best Practices for Conflict Resolution
  • by Perry Goldlust
  • Mediator, arbitrators and other neutrals are specialists who can help settle disputes, especially in extreme cases when it has elevated to such a point that a professional intervention is necessary to end it. However, even before the issue reaches the point of needing professional guidance, there are plenty of simple techniques that we can all employ to deescalate the conflict.
  • Helping Businesses Succeed and Gain Positive Reputation
  • by Samantha Knowles
  • Is it only a trend that people are all of a sudden fond of looking for alternative energy sources? And what's with the going green projects being endorsed by high profile personalities and celebrities around the globe? Do businesses gain anything positive in the process of being responsible and in utilizing other kinds of energy resource?
  • Lis Pendence
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • There's no such thing as "took their name off deed". Property owners either sell their property interest, or they transfer the property to somebody else with a quit-claim deed.
  • How to Deal with a Divorce that Involves Adultery
  • by John Powell III
  • Whether you are the spouse being accused or the one who is alleging adultery, going through a divorce with a discovery of adultery can be difficult. To help make your divorce as smooth as possible, here are some expert tips that can benefit either party.
  • Settle Your Business Disputes With One of These Four Options
  • by John Preston
  • There are four options for resolving business problems when disputes arise in all levls, between businesses and their partners, or vendors and customers. In order to increase the likelihood that the disputes will be resolved in the best way possible, business owners would need a complete understanding of these options and methods.
  • Tips in Avoiding Unionization in Your Business
  • by Perry Goldlust
  • Although some of them occasionally provide real value to their members,unions can also inflict significant damage on a company or industry. If you are a business owner and you are concerned employees are considering unionization, what can you to do reduce the chances organization will occur?
  • Two Day Bank Hold
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • 31 C.F.R. Section 212.5 is a new Federal law that lets banks have 2 full days to comply with a sheriff garnishment, instead of the prior one day response they had been mandated to do.
  • Community Property
  • by Mark Shapiro
  • When it comes to your debtor's property ownership, with your judgment lien; the new owner(s) can't claim any exemptions including a homestead exemption. When the creditor begin your foreclosure, the new owner(s) will eventually know what to do.Particularly with states having community property laws, property ownership may be complicated.
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