It's (Barely) Legal (Glen Ashman's Blog)

A Look at the Law from a Georgia Judge and lawyer

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About Glen Ashman
Glen (GEAATL)Glen Ashman has been a Georgia Municipal Court Judge since 1988 and an attorney since 1980, practicing in the Atlanta area in a practice focused on divorce, adoption, bankruptcy, wills, and personal injury.

He is the author of the Georgia Municipal Judges Benchbook, used by judges across the state.  He also authors the book used statewide by Georgia's court clerks.  Additionally, he regularly teaches his fellow judges at continuing legal education seminars.

He is a long-time participant in the online world, hosting some of the longest lived forums on Delphi Forums. His Personal Law and Southern States forums date to the mid 1990s.  He also hosts the Medical Forum, Weight Watchers Forum, Atlantic States and Memorial Forum and is a former member of DelphiForums staff.  His Ask a Lawyer for Free is one of the oldest legal help resources on the internet. 

He is a cum laude graduate of Mercer Law School, where he was on the Law Review and holds a B.A. from Emory University.  His interests range from the law to politics, from cooking to sports, from science fiction to computers, and from music to travel.  For more information on Mr. Ashman's law office go to http://www.glenashman.com .


 
About this Blog

Somewhere around 1980-1981 Glen Ashman first discovered the online world with local bulletin boards.  In the years ahead, he found GEnie, Delphi and NVN, as many bulletin board members discovered forums online.  By 1994, he was actively hosting online forums at Delphi Forums and NVN, the former of which were some of the internet's early online forums.   Links to some of his current forums appear in the Links section in this Blog.

Within a couple years the author had various web pages as well.   The current ones are at www.glenashman.com and www.glenashman.net . Along came a new concept as we entered this century - blogs.  A blog is an interesting cross between web pages and web forums.  This one is a work in progress, as all new things are.  But there is a common theme back to 1980 that lives in this blog - communication, education, community, discussion, learning and growth online. 

This blog shares a mission that Glen's other websites do - education and help: letting the average person access legal services at a reasonable cost, learning how to do some of the needed legwork when one has a problem and learning more about the law as well as the world around us.

If you want to contact the author, email him at geaatl@msn.com .   He welcomes your comments and thoughts.   Or visit his website at http://www.glenashman.com .    His Delphi forums are accessible from the links section of this blog, and you're invited to visit Personal LawSouthern States, Weight Watchers, Medical Forum  and Atlantic States .


Disclaimer and Legal Fine Print: 

Lawyers have to have disclaimers. Here's the one for this Blog. The contents of this page Copyright 2006-2013 by Glen Ashman.  All Rights Reserved.   External links on this page are supplied for your use and convenience but are serviced and provided by third parties, so we cannot be responsible for their accuracy and content. Trademarks used belong to the respective trademark holders.   The information herein is not legal advice and unless you later retain him by written contract, Glen Ashman is not your lawyer.  If you have a legal problem, you need to hire a lawyer in your state rather than rely on online information. Disclaimer from the Judge: The opinions herein are solely his personal opinions.

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