Baby Veronica Returned to Biological Father in South Carolina Adoption Case

The South Carolina adoption case of “Baby Veronica” has been in the news for months.  This heartbreaking case includes important information for every prospective adoptive parent, adoption agency, and attorney who handles adoption cases in every state. Indian Child Welfare Act dictates decision in Read More

Government Control Exception to Late Proposal Rule

A government contractor successfully filed a pre-award bid protest challenging the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) rejection of its proposal as late.  In the case of Electronic On-Ramp, Inc. v. United States, 104 Fed.Cl. 151 (March 28, 2012), the Court of Federal Read More

Grandparent Visitation Rights

Grandparent visitation rights of biological grandparents evaporate when the parental rights of the grandparent’s child are terminated and the grandchild is adopted by a stepparent. Grandparent visitation rights 2012 Georgia case. A 2012 decision by the Georgia Supreme Court in the case of Read More

Video Surveillance in Georgia Divorce Case

Video surveillance upheld in Georgia divorce case by Georgia Court of Appeals on July 13, 2012, in decision of Rutter v. Rutter, case No. A12A0661 Wife installed video surveillance equipment in marital residence. Husband and Wife were in the midst of divorce Read More

Subcontractor Payment on Government Contracts

Subcontractor payment on government contracts can be a real problem – or more accurately, subcontractor nonpayment!  What steps can you take to try to secure subcontractor payment on goverment contracts? Notify contracting officer of prime’s failure to make subcontractor payment Notify the government contracting officer Read More

South Carolina Prenuptial Agreements

South Carolina prenuptial agreements  (also called antenuptial agreements, or premarital agreements) “will be enforced if made voluntarily and in good faith and if fair and equitable….” Stork v. First Nat’l Bank of South Carolina, 281 S.C. 515 (1984).  Experienced legal counsel can Read More

Georgia Prenuptial Agreements

Protect your future!  Consider a Georgia Prenuptial Agreement. Georgia prenuptial agreements are enforceable, so it is imperative to have experienced legal counsel when you enter a Georgia prenuptial agreement.  Prenuptial agreements are sometimes called premarital agreements or antenuptial agreements, these terms all refer to Read More

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