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Father's Rights to Custody

Posted on October 7, 2015 at 5:00 PM

There is a common misconception that mothers have more rights to child custody than fathers and this is not true. In fact, both parents have equal rights to the custody of the children, even though there are some policies and procedures that come into play for fathers who were not married to their children's mother when she gave birth to the children. In Georgia, unwed fathers are not automatically given rights to their children, even when the birth certif...

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Convicted Felons Have Rights Too!!!

Posted on September 1, 2015 at 10:20 PM

Convicted felon and "rights" in the same phrase seems unthinkable, right? Think again. In Georgia, convicted felons have rights and the ability to have rights restored…it's all a process. First off, in Georgia, once an individual's sentence is over (incarceration and/or probation), the person who was convicted instantly is restored his/her right to vote! Yes, you read right, a...

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July 2015 Will Assistance Seminars

Posted on July 24, 2015 at 9:00 AM

During the month of July, 2015, Barrett Partners Group, LLC provided 3  free Will Assistance Seminars to local senior residents in the Atlanta metro area at Columbia Residential Senior Residences.  BPG provided the seminars on-site at Columbia Colony, Columbia Blacksheer, and Columbia Heritage.  We are excited that we were able to educate the communities and provide estate planning assistance. We plan to continue offering Will Assistance Seminars in connection with our partners...

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New Partnership!

Posted on June 22, 2015 at 8:00 AM

Barrett Partners Group, LLC is proud to announce its new partnership with Columbia Residential!  BPG will begin providing Will Assistance Seminars at no charge to Columbia Residential Senior residences in July, 2015.  The Will Seminars are a part of a new initiative to educate individuals on the importance of having a Will.  We are excited about the chance to educate the community and provide help to those seeking Wills.