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Decatur Real Estate Litigation and Commercial Transactions Law Firm
Robinson & Blazer, LLP is a small firm located in downtown Decatur, which primarily focuses on civil litigation and appeals, real estate, estate planning and probate, and small business work. We offer professional and reasoned advice, services, and representation working side by side with with individuals, families, and businesses.
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About Robinson & Blazer, LLP
Previous Law Firm Name
- McLarty, Robinson & VanVoorhies, LLP
- John E. Robinson, P.C.
- Real Estate Litigation and Commercial Transactions 40%
- Estate Planning & Probate 30%
- Civil Litigation and Appeals 15%
- Small Business Formations, Transactions and Litigation 15%
Classes and Seminars
- Real Estate: Title Standards, ICLE
- Real Estate: Mechanic's & Materialman's Liens, ICLE
Pro Bono Activities
- DeKalb County Probate Court Pro Bono Clinic
- Agio Corp. v. Coosawattee River Resort Ass'n, Inc., 328 Ga. App. 642 (2014)
- Aurora Loan Svcs., LLC v. Veatch, 288 Ga. 808 (2011)
- BellSouth Advert. & Pub. Corp. v. McCollum, 209 Ga. App. 441 (1993)
- Blanton v. Duru, 247 Ga. App. 175 (2000)
- Brooks v. Green, 277 Ga. 722 (2004)
- Deep South Const., Inc. v. Slack, 248 Ga. App. 183 (2001)
- Dolanson Co. v. Citizens & S. Nat. Bank, 242 Ga. 681 (1978)
- Intown Redevelopment All., LLC v. Reliance Equities, LLC, 295 Ga. App. 396 (2008)
- Jamal v. Hussein, 237 Ga. App. 779 (1999)
- Walker v. Estate of Mays, 279 Ga. 652 (2005)
- Lisa Ferguson, Paralegal, 404-638-5866
- Nancy Hopkins, Bookkeeper
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
150 E. Ponce de Leon Ave.Ste. 475 Decatur, GA 30030- 2547
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