March 2013 Archives

What Happens if You Don't Have a Will in Georgia

Many people never think about the consequences of not having a will or trust in place. No one likes to contemplate their own demise but, in most cases, it is a serious mistake not to take action on this matter while you can still make informed and conscientious decisions. This is especially true for those with children and grandchildren and, in cases of blended families, is vital. Without a written document stating how you want your property and assets to be distributed following your death, those same assets will be handled through the courts.

Cultural Prevalence of Divorce Hits Sesame Street

"D is for 'Divorce.'" This was the resounding message that the infamous Muppet characters of Sesame Street tackled in one of its most recent episodes, which will not be aired on television, but instead as a web series that is part of the show's "targeted" programming schedule. Now in its 44th season, Sesame Street is well-known for its resounding eagerness to address current social topics, especially those that are most likely to be affecting the young children who watch the show regularly.

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