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  • Charles Crowe Named to 2019 Georgia Trend Legal Elite
    Charles Crowe Named to 2019 Georgia Trend Legal Elite

    ATLANTA (December 11) – Warner Bates announced today that attorney Charles Crowe was named to the 2019 Georgia Trend Legal Elite . In December, Georgia Trend Magazine published its 17th annual annual ...

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  • Does a child’s caregiver have the right to ask for custody if they are not closely related to the child?
    Does a child’s caregiver have the right to ask for custody if they are not closely related to the child?

    Many people have heard of the Georgia Grandparent’s Rights Statute, which has enabled grandparents to ask the Courts for custody of and/or visitation rights to their grandchildren in certain ...

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  • How is property divided in a Georgia Divorce?
    How is property divided in a Georgia Divorce?

    One of the first questions we often hear from our divorcing clients is whether they or their spouse are entitled to half of the marital property. The short answer is that Georgia law does not require ...

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  • Warner Bates Proudly Presents 8th Annual AVLF Guardian ad Litem Benefit
    Warner Bates Proudly Presents 8th Annual AVLF Guardian ad Litem Benefit

    Warner Bates is proud to support the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF) by presenting the 8th Annual Guardian ad Litem Benefit . AVLF is the largest provider of pro bono legal services in ...

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  • Attorney Edward Bates Presented with George S. Stern Lifetime Achievement Award by AAML
    Attorney Edward Bates Presented with George S. Stern Lifetime Achievement Award by AAML

    Our team at Warner Bates is thrilled to announce our very own Ned Bates has been presented with the George S. Stern Lifetime Achievement Award by the Georgia chapter of the American Academy of ...

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  • Celebrating a Firm Foundation and Bright Future: Marietta’s Tales of Collegiality and Legal Excellence
    Celebrating a Firm Foundation and Bright Future: Marietta’s Tales of Collegiality and Legal Excellence

    Warner Bates is excited to let the public know about an upcoming program being held next week at the Cobb County Superior Courthouse. It’s called, The Georgia Legal History Foundation Presents - ...

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