Andersen, Tate and Carr Law Firm Managing Partner, Donald L. Swift, III, is Named General Co-Chair of Partnership Gwinnett’s 3.0 Initiative

Andersen, Tate and Carr Law Firm Managing Partner, Donald L. Swift, III, is Named General Co-Chair of Partnership Gwinnett’s 3.0 Initiative Mr. Donald L. Swift, III is the Managing Partner of Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. In addition to his executive duties, Mr. Swift maintains his practice in the areas of complex litigation and dispute…

Divorce Versus Separate Maintenance In Georgia

Divorce Versus Separate Maintenance In Georgia In the State of Georgia, troubled marriages that cannot be mended have three potential options: annulment, divorce, and legal separation. While an annulment is not a viable option for most circumstances, divorce and separation often are. Understanding Divorce in Georgia The more common of the two options, divorce (O.C.G.A.…

Immigration Attorney, Roberta D. Cooper Joins Andersen, Tate And Carr Law Firm

Immigration Attorney, Roberta D. Cooper Joins Andersen, Tate And Carr Law Firm Roberta D. Cooper has joined the Corporate and Business Transactions practice group at Andersen, Tate & Carr. Her practice specializes in immigration law; including immigrant and non-immigrant employment and family-based petitions, I-9 audits, J-1 waivers, Deferred Action (DACA), U visas, and citizenship. Ms.…

Thirteen Grounds for Divorce in the State of Georgia

Thirteen Grounds for Divorce in the State of Georgia Georgia is a state that allows for no-fault divorces, but there are still 12 other reasons set forth by O.C.G.A. § 19-5-3 that, if proven, the state will grant a divorce. An uncontested, or “no-fault” divorce means that either spouse can file for divorce without having…