What’s Yours and What’s Mine: Understanding Commingled Marital Assets

What’s Yours and What’s Mine: Understanding Commingled Marital Assets In many divorces, one of the most common areas of contention is the division of assets.  Whether discussing property, savings, or even debt, this step can be stressful and emotionally-charged, especially if either of the parties are entering into the discussion with unrealistic expectations.  Therefore, understanding…

Helping Reduce the Rate of Repeat Offenders through the GRIP Program

Helping Reduce the Rate of Repeat Offenders through the GRIP Program According to the United Way of Greater Atlanta, “approximately 10 percent of the population entering jail or prison is homeless,” which means that as these incarcerated individuals reenter society upon their release from jail or prison, they are likely to return to the streets.…