The Pitfalls Of Do-It-Yourself Divorce

The Pitfalls Of Do-It-Yourself Divorce Divorce can seem like an oppressively complicated event, and it’s not surprising people want to find any shortcuts they can to make the process “easier.” One of the most common ways people try to simplify their divorce is through online services. They promise low cost, ease, and a way to…

Attorney Trinity Hundredmark Nominated One Of The Top 10 Attorneys Under 40 By the National Academy Of Criminal Defense Attorneys

Attorney Trinity Hundredmark Nominated One Of The Top 10 Attorneys Under 40 By the National Academy Of Criminal Defense Attorneys Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C is proud to announce that criminal defense attorney Trinity Hundredmark has been nominated one of the Top 10 Under 40 Attorneys by the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys (NACDA).…

How To Prepare For A Potential Divorce

How To Prepare For A Potential Divorce Many people going through a divorce can feel blindsided by it. The suddenness of it can be disorientating, and can make the process all the more difficult. However, getting a divorce is not an overnight event. Even if you didn’t see it coming, once you know that you…

Beating Disorderly Conduct Charges in Georgia

Generally speaking, disorderly conduct (a.k.a. disturbing the peace) refers to behaviors and words that disrupt the lives of others in a way that they interpret as threatening. The laws for disorderly conduct (O.C.G.A. § 16-11-39) are written in a way that leaves them open to interpretation, and there are both state laws and city ordinances…

How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Cases in Georgia?

How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Cases in Georgia? The question of whether infidelity can affect a divorce case is incredibly common. Adultery is defined as a married person voluntarily having sexual intercourse with a person other than his or her spouse. In Georgia, adultery is considered a misdemeanor offense (O.C.G.A. § 16-6-19), and if proven,…

Criminal Trespass Versus Criminal Damage to Property: A Major Difference for Related Crimes

Criminal Trespass Versus Criminal Damage to Property: A Major Difference for Related Crimes Both Criminal Trespass (O.C.G.A. § 16-7-21) and Criminal Damage to Property are crimes related to damage and intrusion upon property. However, the charges carry major differences, resulting in vastly different punishments. Criminal Trespass Criminal Trespass (O.C.G.A. § 16-7-21) charges can be brought…