According to child custody laws in Georgia, fathers have no right to their child if the child was born out of wedlock — unless they get a legitimation order. Learn more so you can ensure you get custody rights if the situation were to arise.
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➡️In this day and age, it’s important to consider inserting a Change Of Control clause in your Commercial Agreements.
➡️Now more than ever companies are CHANGING OWNERSHIP.
➡️If the OTHER party your Client is in business with CHANGES OWNERSHIP.
➡️ Your Client may want to TERMINATE the agreement because it does NOT want to CONTINUE doing business with the NEW owners.
➡️A Change Of Control clause provides your Client certain rights if the other party changes ownership.
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Your client has entered into a commercial agreement. Let’s say your client is receiving goods and services from the other party.
All of a sudden the other party (which is a company/corporation) SELLS 51% of its SHARES to another company. The other party is now under NEW MANAGEMENT.
As a result, your CLIENT does NOT want to continue to do business with the new company 😳. Watch my video on IGTV to learn how to deal with situations like this. ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀
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Here's a bit of information on how and why you could modify visitation or modify custody. Learn more in our blog - link in bio!
Most people think personal injury cases are strictly for vehicular accidents and do not understand the broad umbrella and scope of personal injury claims. These cases involve situations where individuals have been impaired in some way that has affected their quality of life, families, and the ability to make a living wage. Learn more in our link in bio!
At least you know he won’t fail to appear for trial....
Don’t miss out on the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Inaugural Young Lawyers Division Symposium on Dec. 14 at Lombardo’s in Randolph. Join fellow young/new lawyers for a day of programming designed for lawyers who have been practicing for 10 years or less (including those newly admitted to the bar). Get career tips, law-practice strategies, advice for dealing with bullying/harassment at work and more. Free for MBA members; $25 for nonmembers. Register and see the program schedule at www.MassBar.org/YLDSymposium.