Savannah, Georgia Bankruptcy Lawyers
An Atlanta native..lived in Savannah since 1987...Graduated Cornell in 1978 ...graduated from Univ of Ga Law in 1981...I have always been active in business primarily and practicing law secondarily ...now that equation is changing.I enjoy a very general practice over a wide legal spectrum primarily by working with superior lawyers in specific areas. My goal is to facilitate efficient favorable resolutions by combining the skills of others with a unique skill set and experience of my own.
John Myers returned to his hometown to live and practice in 1988 and has been representing people (the injured and consumers) since that time. He also served as Municipal Court Judge for the City of St. Marys for 12 years from 1991-2003. John Myers offers clients a wide range of legal services. John has represented the rights of the injured since his admission to the bar in 1985. He has helped hundreds of consumers in bankruptcy matters as well. Since 2014, he has served as County Attorney for Camden County, Georgia.
Paul A. Schofield is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Georgia. Paul gained unique knowledge and insight into bankruptcy law while serving as a law clerk of the Honorable John S. Dalis, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Brunswick and Waycross Divisions of the Southern District of Georgia. He has also represented clients in negotiations with the IRS to resolve tax issues. As a general practitioner, Paul can provide you with legal advice on almost any legal issue.
Forged in large-firm environments and two decades of practice with my own firm, I litigate and provide advice in business matters in Georgia, Florida and Puerto Rico. My experience in state and federal courts and arbitration fora includes creditor rights, business torts, antitrust, distribution law, corporate control, securities, tax controversies, construction defects and commercial insurance coverage disputes.
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Attorney Jason G. Smith of Southern Piedmont Law PC has been practicing more than twelve years specializing in family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, and adoption. The firm prides itself on delivering personal attention and cost effective, quality representation. Recently Attorney Smith has been in the national news winning a landmark case that made legal history.
I founded Craig Long, LLC, in 2004 focusing on practicing law in the following areas: Real Estate Law, Corporate Law and Civil Litigation. I am a sixth generation native Atlantan, with deep familial roots in Atlanta. Five generations of my family are buried in the historic Oakland cemetery in Atlanta. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Government from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1997. I also served as vice-president and president of the student body while at Liberty University. My Juris Doctor degree was earned from George Mason University School of...
Ken has practiced bankruptcy law for over 22 years in Georgia. Ken is married with 2 children who attend Mill Creek High School. Ken is the President of the Mill Creek Band Booster Club and past president of the Mill Creek Athletic Association.
In addition to practicing law since 1980, and having a perfect 10 excellent ranking on AVVO, Glen Ashman has been a municipal judge since 1988. The combination of judicial and legal experience has trained Glen well to help his clients. Glen has since 2002 been teaching Georgia judges at seminars and by writing the annual Municipal Court Benchbook, used by Judges across Georgia. Glen offers compassionate experienced help at very reasonable fees and personal service you do not get in big firms. Glen is an honors graduate of Mercer Law School.
Are you considering filing for bankruptcy? Are you unsure where to turn now that you feel confused and worried about the wellbeing of your future? If so, then you can’t wait another minute to begin working with the intensive care of a legal professional. At Fred P. Kross, PC, you will be able to bring your questions the answers that are so necessary. Don’t let your heartache be forgotten unnecessarily. Rather, work towards the attentive case completion that’s needed. You have the ability to move beyond the pain of a bankruptcy issue, and filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13...