Top Arlington Foreclosure & Alternatives Lawyers - Georgia
The law firm of Steven Harrell, Attorney at Law, in Perry, Georgia, provides capable, affordable legal counsel to clients in Middle Georgia seeking financial relief through bankruptcy. I have filed hundreds of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions on behalf of my clients, many of whom have been able to reestablish credit and restore financial security when out from under the burden of...
For more than 10 years, William Long Whitesell, LLC, has provided knowledgeable, affordable legal counsel in criminal defense and other legal matters. Located in Valdosta, Georgia, our firm represents clients facing a variety of legal concerns: Criminal defense — With experience as both a solicitor and defense attorney, William Long Whitesell knows how to effectively handle criminal...
The attorneys at the law firm of Akin, Webster & Matson, P.C., in Macon, Georgia, have extensive experience helping people obtain debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Our lawyers, Danny Akin, Joy Webster and Rob Matson, have 80 years of combined experience handling consumer bankruptcy cases. Rob Matson is board-certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification. As...
HABLAMOS ESPANOL The Law Firm of Tom A. Peterson IV, LLC believes in making a difference for each client. To accomplish this goal, we limit our focus to certain areas of the law, including criminal defense, workers’ compensation and personal injury. Our clientele is largely composed of men and women who have been accused of breaking the law, and individuals who have been...
Since the Carrollton, Georgia, law firm of Van Pelt & Dufour was founded over 30 years ago, our legal team has provided caring representation to people dealing with personal injury, workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability and bankruptcy-related matters. We start by discussing with you the facts of your case and advising you of your options during a free initial consultation....
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