Donald Singleton

Boutique law firm specializing in Personal Injury, Automobile Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Back and Brain Injury, Wrongful Death and more. Sing

  • Personal Injury

Angel Figueredo

  • Workers Compensation
  • Car Accident
  • Wrongful Death

Stacy Marie Ehrisman

Attorney Stacy M. Ehrisman was born and raised in the state of Iowa. She graduated from English Valleys High School, a small, rural school with a cla

  • Immigration Law
  • Asylum
  • Criminal

Angela P. Vela Ramirez

My practice focuses on assisting Hispanic clients in Georgia, with their civil legal needs, primarily in family law. I provide à la carte representat

  • Elder Law
  • Family
  • Civil Rights

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Will a prenuptial agreement protect my inheritance in a divorce?

I’m about to get married and I’m considering a prenup. I’m due to get a large inheritance when my father passes and I want to make sure I maintain control of that money if my future husband and I ever divorce. I have a child from my first marriage and I want to be able to use some of the inheritance to pay for her college and other things she might need. Do I need a lawyer to draw up a prenuptial agreement and will it actually ensure that my husband doesn’t get any part of my inheritance if our marriage doesn’t work? Also, he’s from Panama and has only been in the states for a year. He’s still learning English. Do I need to have the prenup drafted in English and Spanish, or is it enough if I read it to him before he signs?

Published on 03/08/21
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Securing my share of ex’s retirement that I got in the divorce?

My divorce was final about 2 years ago and I was awarded part of my wife’s government pension. My attorney at the time told me I needed a “QDRO” to get my part of her retirement paid directly to me. I didn’t do anything about it at the time, but now my ex is about to retire and I want to make sure I get my share when she does. I would prefer not to go back to the same lawyer I used for the divorce. Can I do a QDRO myself and if not, what documentation do I need to give a lawyer to do it and about how much will it cost? Is there a time limit on when I have to get this done based on when my divorce was final?

Published on 03/08/21
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