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What we doOur legal services can help create solutions to your current problems.

Business Law

We work with local Atlanta businesses on business formation, contract law, and trademark filing.

Estate Planning and Probate

Your estate planning and probate needs are unique and require personalized planning.

Land Use

We work with businesses and municipalities on environmental impact issues, rezoning, and other land use issues.

Family Law

You can count on us to deliver high-quality, professional advice and representation in any family law matter.

Our Areas of Expertise

A consolidated list of our areas of expertise. Don’t see your issues covered below? Contact us and tell us about your needs. If we can help we’ll describe what we can offer. If not we’ll direct you to other local attorneys who specialize in your legal matter.

Our Areas of Expertise

Business Law

Business Formation

Corporation, Partnership or LLC? It’s a tough question to answer for many start-up businesses. We can review your situation and suggest the best option. We’ll take care of the details of forming a new business and make sure you are compliant with legal requirements. We’ll create all of the documents necessary to get your new business off of the ground.

Contract Law

Contract mistakes can cause major problems and financial losses for your business. We can help you avoid the pitfalls by drafting contracts that are clear to all parties while protecting your interests. If you have contracts that need to be reviewed, we’ll thoroughly check them for best practices and provide suggested updates. We can review vendor and partner contracts before you sign them, potentially saving you the problems of details you might have misunderstood.

Trademark Filing

We handle all of the details surrounding trademark registrations with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. We’ll work to safeguard your intellectual property and enforce existing trademarks against infringers.

Our Areas of Expertise

Estate Planning and Probate

Counsel and Advice

Your needs are unique and require personalized planning. Our counsel and advice will take into account family relationship dynamics, current circumstances, and future goals.

Wills, Trusts, and Power of Attorney

We can help preserve your legacy by minimizing taxes and simplifying the administration of your estate. We create Revocable Trusts, Health Care Powers of Attorney, Last Wills and Testaments, and Durable Financial Powers of Attorney for individuals and couples.


We provide skilled representation through the probate court process. If you’re the executor of the will, we’ll help you through the process of paying taxes, notifying creditors, and distributing assets to beneficiaries.

Our Areas of Expertise

Land Use

Environmental Impact

We handle cases involving hazardous waste contamination and resulting property damage, solid waste handling and disposal issues, storm water discharge and issues resulting from excessive water discharges.


We work with developers, property owners and investors on on due diligence, simple variances, and complex rezoning permits. We provide counsel for condemnation and eminent domain cases.

Our Areas of Expertise

Family Law


Every couple enters into their marriage thinking that it is forever, yet a great many marriages end in divorce. Whether one party was at-fault in causing the divorce or the couple simply came to realize they have irreconcilable differences, a divorce is sometimes the best move the couple can make for their happiness. We’ll help steer you through the process.

Father’s Rights

We represent fathers in divorce, child custody and paternity cases to make sure they are receiving good advice and excellent representation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours of operation?

Our hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm Saturday we are open from 9:00am until 1:00pm.

What is the difference between an independent contractor and an employee?

Independent contractors typically provide their own equipment to fulfill their job tasks, their schedules are not dictated by the employer, and they are open to accept other forms of employment

A competitor is claiming we are stealing their customers, what should we do?

Tortious interference with a contract is one of the most common lawsuits filed between competitors. Competitors threaten tortious interference claims as a tactical business strategy to push back against market share increases.

What is alimony and how does it work?

Alimony is a traditional word used to define post-divorce payments from one spouse to another that has nothing to do with child support. Alimony is typically an agreed upon divorce term, whereas spousal maintenance is a form of alimony that is ordered by the court.