A 1981 graduate of SUNY Albany, and a 1984 graduate of Vermont Law School. Former Federal Attorney with the SBA and FDIC. Published bankruptcy author. Profiled in Atlanta Journal Constitution and other papers for handling of several high-profile legal matters. We represent individuals and small businesses in a wide variety of matters, including divorce, state court litigation, bankruptcy and other areas.
- Consumer Law
- Landlord Tenant
- Business Law
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- Contingent Fees
Contingent fees are accepted on a case-by-case basis, but not for many areas of our practice
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
We provide free consultations on a case-by-case basis
- State Bar of Georgia
- ID Number: 254941
- Vermont Law School
- J.D. (1983) | Law
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- State Bar of Georgia # 254941
- Cobb County Bar Association
- Superpriority Claims
- BCD - Weekly News & Comment
- Better Business Bureau
- Q. Can the court take all of your income tax after it was filed that I get to keep 1500.00?
- A: It may depend on the district you are in. In the Northern District of Georgia, debtors are routinely allowed to keep $2,000 per annum without showing specific need. So if you receive more, have your attorney file to retain the specific refund and show some specific need - increased expenses, decreased income, car repair needed, etc.