Georgia Probate Law – What do I do if I only have a copy of a Will and can’t find the original Will?

By | April 29th, 2016|FAQs, Probate Law|

The passing of a family member is tragic, leaving many of us are focused on taking care of funeral arrangements, informing family members and friends, and going through all the necessary documents and tasks to resolve any issues with creditors and the estate of the deceased. Being the executor of an estate can sometimes be an overwhelming experience, especially when coupled with dealing with the emotions that come from the person's passing. Let’s start with a not so commonly known fact: Under Georgia probate law, a person in possession of an original Will has a duty to file the Will [...]

License to Carry: Let’s Talk Guns

By | October 6th, 2015|Blogs, FAQs, Licenses/ Permits, News|

Let’s Talk Guns License to Carry: What you Can and Cannot Do • License to Carry: The Basics Over the last few weeks, our clients and followers seem to have a lot of questions about guns. Most of the questions we are getting are from gun owners who want to know more about what their rights are when it comes to owning guns or carrying their gun in public situations. This can be a very tricky situation depending on a lot of key factors. What we are hoping to accomplish in this article is to tackle some of the most [...]

Understanding a DUI: the FAQs

By | February 11th, 2015|Advice, Blogs, Criminal Law, DUI, FAQs, News|

Understanding a DUI, the FAQ’s: Let’s get right to the point.  Driving Under the Influence, or DUI, is a criminal charge that no one ever wants to deal with.  A DUI charge can have a massive negative impact on you, your family, and potentially even friends and colleagues.  The criminal nature of getting a DUI can cause problems for someone for the rest of their life, whether it’s trying to get a job, needing their license to use a car for family transport, or applying for U.S. citizenship; the list is endless.  That’s why Cansino Blanchette Law Firm, LLC specializes [...]