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USEF Clarification On Amateurs*

USEF Clarification on Amateurs with Boarding Barns* I am an attorney and I am confused as to what is and isn't allowed to maintain an "amateur status" if one owns a boarding stable. I asked the source, and here were the...

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Things I Need to Know About Hiring a Divorce Lawyer

Most people probably have no experience hiring a divorce lawyer, so here are some tips to help navigate the process. What does a divorce attorney do? Divorce attorneys are family law professionals who focus on issues related to dissolving a...

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What Constitutes a Valid Marriage in Georgia

  Under O.C.G.A. § 19-3-1, a valid marriage in Georgia requires only that (1) the Parties are able to contract; (2) the parties have an actual contract; and (3) the parties consummate the marriage according to law. Further, Georgia law...

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Can A Horse Seller Disclaim Liability For Fraud?

You’ve spent all your hard earned, and maybe not yet earned, money on the perfect horse. A new Unicorn in the barn!  What happens if your Unicorn has serious, performance limiting, flaws that were not disclosed or was not what was...

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Divorce, And How To Cope With It If You Have Kids

  Going through a divorce really is one of the most stressful things a family can go through. It’s a tumultuous time for the parents as well as the kids. So it’s very important to be prepared for it either its arranging for a...

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Equine Issues Which Involve Prompt Decisions

  Equine law touches many different aspects of civil law: contract law, property law, personal injury among others. Equine laws varied nature requires an advocate experienced in litigation and knowledge of the law but also...

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How Much Does a Divorce Cost?

Like many things in the law, the answer is, it depends. There are three main types of divorce our practice encounters; uncontested, amicable and contested. Uncontested divorces are the quickest, simplest and usually the healthiest for...

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