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!segSusan Gregory was born in Clearwater, Florida in 1967 and grew up in nearby St. Petersburg. She spent her childhood summers exploring her paternal grandparents’ farm in north Georgia and her maternal grandparents’ cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied public policy analysis and political science.

Susan is an Elder Law attorney providing legal services for planning aspects related to aging, illness, and incapacity including Advance Directives, Power of Attorney, Estate Planning, Guardianship, Probate, and Trust Administration. Her law firm, Legacy Lawyer, is located on the Island of Venice in Florida.

Susan is an adjunct professor teaching Elder Law Litigation at her alma mater Stetson University College of Law. She is a poet and a writer currently working on her memoir, Between The Lines.  #btwthelines

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  1. Hi Susan,

    I see that you downloaded one of my images off the web and posted it on your site. Since you are an attorney, you know the legal rights to using someones image from the web as your own. Can you fix this issue. I will review this site again soon to see if you have taken the proper actions.

    Thanks,

    Ken Stanback
    Ken Stanback Photography
    kenstanback.com

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    1. Hi Ken, I found the picture from a Google search, not your photography site, and I did not see a copyright attached. Regardless, I apologize for posting the picture without your consent. I am happy to remove the photo, or if you give me permission to use it, I am glad to give you credit and link to your website, or compensate you if necessary. Please advise.

      Sincerely,
      Susan

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      1. Ken,

        I was not aware of how to determine who created an image under Google Images. I reviewed your Usage Rights and Commercial Licensing Agreement. I do not see an option that will allow me to pay to use your image on my blog. I see options to purchase the image or reproduce it with an extended license. Please advise if there is a way for me to use the image on my blog, and if not, I will promptly remove it.

        Thank you,
        Susan

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