What's New?

  • On September 20, 2011, David Will was a presenter to the Georgia Association of Public Pension Trustees Conference in Macon, Georgia.
  • On March 3, 2012, David Will served as a panelist for the Working in the Public Interest (WIPI) Conference at the University of Georgia School of Law.
  • Attorney General Sam Olens, and Holly Hance, as the Lawrenceville "City Rep," are responsible for helping to engage the Gwinnett legal community in Georgia's first annual "Legal Food Frenzy." This project initiated by the Attorney General, is designed to engage the legal community in helping to feed the hungry across the state. Firms must sign up to enter the competition. Sign-ups are now through the website. Contest begins April 23, 2012 and ends May 4, 2012. For more information visit the website: http://galegalfoodfrenzy.org or contact Holly Hance. In addition to being the local lead of the initiative, lawyers at Royal Will are participating in the contest. Donations of food to be given to the local food banks can be accepted at our office.

With the passage of House Bill 683, signed by Governor Deal on February 7, 2012, Georgia law will allow non-lawyer corporate employees to once again file Answers in garnishment actions on behalf of their employer. During the time that Georgia law prohibited non-lawyers from doing this, our clients retained us to handle their garnishment actions. While it is no longer required, our lawyers are available to handle garnishment actions and questions. The following is a link to House Bill 683 http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/en-US/Display/20112012/HB/683 , as signed by the Governor. If you have any questions about garnishments, please contact Holly Hance.