It is no secret that most people cannot afford the attorney they need. For this reason, Birmingham Volunteer Lawyers serve twice a week at a help-desk on the fifth floor of the Jefferson County Courthouse and work with those in need of legal advice, if not representation. I have been working with the program for

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My daughter was invited this summer by her friends to serve as a counselor at Stoney Creek Camp 2540 in Vinemont, Alabama. “2540” is for Matthew 25:40: “As ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” The founders of Stoney Creek Camp, Randy and

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The Full Life Ahead Foundation offers hope and support to families who have children with disAbilities.  I volunteered at the family camp held on February 6-8 at Children’s Harbor on Lake Martin in Alexander City, AL.  There were a couple dozen young people with disAbilities, about the same number of college students in rehabilitation studies

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I was interviewed by Business Authority Radio in Atlanta and share lots about estate planning and business succession planning. Listen to this interview: James Griffin interviewed on Business Authority Radio in Atlanta was last modified: July 26th, 2016 by jbglilyGG

I was interviewed on Atlanta Legal Experts Radio on December 29, 2015. Listen to the interview: James Griffin interviewed on PBC Atlanta Legal Experts Radio was last modified: July 26th, 2016 by jbglilyGG

We are at 3355 Lenox Road- Suite 750, which is across from Lenox Mall and just up the street from Houston’s Restaurant and the Lenox MARTA Station. As many of you know, Theresa grew up in Covington, GA, attended the University of Georgia, and lived in Atlanta for several years. Theresa and I met and

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The purpose of the VA’s Aid and Attendance Benefit is to assure that someone who served our country during wartime is not alone and forgotten in disability and old age. The Aid and Attendance Benefit, also referred to as Special Pension, is a benefit for war-time veterans in need of financial help in order to

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One of my roommates from college entered into the field of gerontology at a young age. When I asked him why, he told me that two family friends became feeble at roughly the same time. One had great support from family and friends as well as financial resources to use for her care. The other

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Throughout the United States, nursing homes are among the most expensive forms of caring for the elderly. In Alabama, as in other places, many people falsely believe that Medicaid is the only option to pay for a spouse or parent’s long-term care in a nursing home. The truth, however, is that Medicaid is just one

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