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Larry’s article appeared in the Macon Telegraph on Sunday, July 3, 2016. Do they still have “fishing ponds” at the carnivals, festivals and fairs where you pay your money, get your pole, drop your line behind a curtain, and some unseen person attaches something (not worth as much money as you paid to “fish”) to...
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  My Aunt Lillian Walker Maddox, Daddy’s sister, could just about out-work anyone I ever saw.  Efficient, too.  She could shell butter beans faster than a machine.  And although she lived in Atlanta, she came back to Washington County and helped with the hog killings and the syrup makings.  She could sew and cook.  And...
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Why Should I Create Health Care Directives?
Health care directives are legal documents that outline your end-of-life preferences if you are ever unable to communicate your wishes. Creating your own health care directives beforehand will alleviate the stress and emotional pain that your loved ones would feel if they had to guess what you would prefer.
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Stay Safe on the Road: 4 Defensive Driving Tips
If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, we encourage you to learn about your legal options. We recommend taking a defensive driving course to receive in-depth instruction, but here are a few tips you can begin using today.
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WHGM Attorney Spotlight: Kellye Moore
Kellye Moore is a Houston County lawyer practicing in the areas of civil litigation, business transactions, personal injury, and wrongful death. She has been with Walker, Hulbert, Gray, & Moore since 1994.
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Employment Law: Tips About Drafting Company Documents
Whether you’re starting a business or revising policies at your established corporation, creating documents such as employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and company policies is a painstaking and complicated process. These documents should be specific enough to establish clear expectations, but flexible enough to change if the need arises. Here are some tips to keep in mind when drafting three types of documents necessary to the workings of your business.
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The Next Steps After Losing a Loved One: Tips from Probate Lawyers
No one wants to think about the death of a family member, so when it happens, many people are not prepared for the next steps. Of course, there’s planning the funeral, but what about managing the estate and administering the will? Nothing has to be done immediately, and it’s ok to take the time to grieve. But if you’re ready to take the next steps, here are some tips about where to start.
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When to Hire a Real Estate Lawyer
In Georgia, all real estate closings must be done by a licensed attorney. At WHGM we have a team of experienced real estate attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants, and title abstractors who are dedicated to ensuring that your real estate transaction is easy and free of legal complications. Sometimes, however, you may need a real estate lawyer before or after the sale closes. Real estate agents are well-versed in your state’s laws and regulations. However, there are instances when hiring a real estate lawyer is beneficial.
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Meet WHGM’s Founding Lawyer Larry Walker
Larry Walker founded the solo law firm that became Walker, Hulbert, Gray & Moore in 1965. He was born in Perry in 1942, and aside from his time at the University of Georgia, where he received both his undergraduate and law degrees, he has lived in Perry his entire life.
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