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  • Dear Tony, Thank you for your selfless commitment to our family. Please know that I will never take advantage of your generosity. I perish the thought of where we would be without you. Even after every dime is paid to you, we will eternally be in your debt. Warmest regards, T.C.H. – Athens, GA
  • Thank you so much Tony. I appreciate all that you have done. May God bless you. Tell Wendy thanks also. R – Cartersville, GA
  • Tony, Thank you! Poor B … was so wound up I thought he was going to burst. Thank you for giving him good, accurate information. In Christ, F.D.S. – Cartersville, GA
  • Mr. Perrotta, I'm sure you hear this all the time and hope that you can take another letter of gratitude. Our case pales in comparison to other issues that go on in the world today, but in our eyes and for our future, it is monumental.... R.C. – Marietta, GA
  • Tony, my life is more peaceful than it has ever been. Thank you for all you did to help make it so. I'm forever grateful. Merry Christmas, S – Cartersville, GA
  • Dear Tony, Thanks again for your hard work in helping me to protect my little girls. You have given me my life back. I will always be in your debt. Regards, T.L. – Cartersville, GA
  • I came to Tony Perrotta needing help in the worst kind of way. My daughter had lost her daughters into DFACS care. I wanted them to live with me, but DFACS literally refused to allow this to happen.... Laura F. – Cartersville, GA
  • I just want to thank Tony Perrotta for helping me with my issues. I work the midnight shift and arrived early for a morning meeting (before the firm opened). Tony was arriving early and asked me to come on in.... Mark T. – Marietta, GA
  • TOP NOTCH! These folks share the ups and downs of the emotional rollercoaster of Family Law and practice with fervent regard of each of their clients. My best… Kimberly G. – Cartersville, GA

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Is your loved one being overmedicated?

People who have dementia and are in a nursing home may be at higher risk of being overmedicated. For example, in one Kansas facility in 2017, the director of the home said that it had been "like a death prison." Half of the residents were reportedly taking antipsychotics, but the staff cut these medications by half over six months. The director noted that only 10 percent of the patients actually had a mental illness.

Are the contributions of stay-at-home spouses fairly recognized?

One issue that pops up in many divorces is a difference in perception as to the value of a stay-at-home spouse or parent. Value is easier to quantify for someone who goes to a job outside the home. In such cases, courts can use information such as salary, bonuses, insurance plans, retirement plans and more to calculate what that person brought financially to the marriage.

How dangerous is whiplash?

One of the most common physical ailments people discover following a car crash is whiplash. Some reports estimate that over one million people in the United States suffer from whiplash every year. It is vital to receive treatment immediately after whiplash because the symptoms can be severe. 

3 important bicycle safety tips to avoid collisions

If you ride your bike a lot, you know it comes with various advantages. It is good for your health, your wallet and the environment. Unfortunately, some environments - and drivers - are not particularly bicycle-friendly. Sharing the road with cars and commercial trucks can be intimidating, whether you are riding on a long country lane or through the city streets.

3 examples of child visitation violations

Courts base child custody and visitation on the best interests of the children involved. Whether you come to an agreement with the other parent or let the court decide, the court will provide an order that you must follow. This order includes details about when a kid should be with each parent. 

How to stay safe on your motorcycle this summer

With summer finally here, you will likely be riding your motorcycle often. Cruising on your bike is both incredibly satisfying and dangerous. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - Highway Loss Data Institute, the summer months are responsible for the majority of motorcycle fatalities, with July having the highest number of deaths.

3 ways to document car accident injuries for a stronger claim

Documenting your injuries after a car accident is a crucial aspect of pursuing a personal injury case. Whether you are bringing a lawsuit or negotiating an insurance settlement, the more evidence you have of your position, the better your chances of receiving adequate compensation.

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