Practice Areas


Litigation

Having Your Day in Court There might be ways to achieve fairness that don’t involve going to court. My aim is to give you the information and analysis you need to decide for yourself. Especially in situations that could lead to future conflicts, I focus on equipping you with the tools and knowledge needed every […]

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litigation

Personal Injury

Seeking the Best Outcome in a Personal Injury Case Perhaps someone is trying to hold you responsible for injuries you had no way or responsibility to prevent. Or you yourself might have been injured. Did another person owe you a duty of reasonable care, and harm you by neglecting that duty? This is a question […]

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personal injury

Criminal Law

Defending People Charged Under Georgia’s Criminal Law I advocate for those who are unjustly accused, and for those who need the law to treat them with due respect. If you are charged under any part of the Georgia criminal code, you need the immediate assistance of an attorney. Even a DUI or the most minor […]

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Criminal Defense

Landlord/Tenant

Seeking Fairness For Renters in Georgia Georgia landlords have to abide by federal, state, and local rules when they rent a property to you. Landlord-tenant law in Georgia covers a lot, and if you have an issue, there is likely a provision in the law to help. For example, anti-discrimination laws say a landlord can’t […]

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Landlord Tenant

Contracts

Resolving Contract Disputes and Unfair Business Practices The Georgia Fair Business Practices Act focuses on: False advertising, Deceptive labels, Misleading warranties, Fake endorsements, Misrepresentations about how, where, and by whom a product was made, People who fake their credentials (such as people who worked on your car falsely saying they were licensed mechanics) To strive […]

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contracts

Family Law

Dealing With Life’s Changes Family law touches us all, and some events are harder than others. A divorce, for example, is a common experience, but that doesn’t make it simple. The facts are usually complicated. And resolution can change peoples’ lives in significant ways. In Georgia, each partner can testify about each other, whether the […]

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Family Law