Ms. Saedi is a partner at Saedi Law Group, where she concentrates her practice in all areas of bankruptcy, business, and tax law. Ms. Saedi offers clients quality legal services in all aspects of federal bankruptcy law, and is committed to providing personal attention and affordable solutions to each and every client’s financial obstacles. Prior to starting Saedi Law Group, LLC, Ms. Saedi was a founding partner of the consumer bankruptcy firm of Saedi & Wells, LLC for eight years. Prior to that Ms. Saedi worked as a corporate attorney representing technology companies on a variety of issues. Ms. Saedi was responsible for drafting corporate technology policies, preparing domestic and international license agreements and assisting companies with day to day counseling on all business related matters. Ms. Saedi has tried numerous matters before the bankruptcy courts in the Northern District of Georgia involving creditor actions to enforce foreclosure sales, debtor’s objections to creditor claims, motions for sanctions regarding creditor abuse and various other matters. Ms. Saedi has also been a lecturer on bankruptcy issues and speaks to community and corporate groups regarding debt management, bankruptcy and asset protection. Ms. Saedi is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, American Bankruptcy Lawyer Institute, and American Bar Association. She is a volunteer with the International Refugee Committee and the Special Olympics of Georgia.
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- Saedi Law Group, LLC
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- Emory University School of Law
- J.D. (2000) | Law
- Activities: Georgia Women Law Students Association Volunteer Legal Clinic
- University of Tennessee - Knoxville
- B.A. (1996) | Political Science
- Saedi Law Group, LLC: Consumer Bankruptcy Lawyers
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Dealing with tax debt is not fun but believe it or not you may in some circumstances be able to get rid of your tax liability in bankruptcy. Speak with a bankruptcy lawyer in your area to find out what options are available.Lien Stripping Junior Mortgages
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What can you expect after filing for bankruptcy? Your rebound time to good credit is probably not as long as you think. Most clients can purchase homes again after 24 months coming out from bankruptcy. Car companies are ready to lend to you as soon as you receive your discharge.How Can You Stop A Foreclosure in Georgia?
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