The ramifications of even the most minor traffic tickets get more severe each year. Before you just pay the ticket, give us a call to see if there are any options to minimize the damage a traffic citation will do to your driving history. We have handled hundreds of traffic violations and can guide you through the consequences, and possible reductions, available to you.
In 2010, Georgia passed into law the "Super Speeder" bill, which assesses an additional $200.00 fine after you pay your traffic ticket, in certain situations. Georgia's "Super Speeder" law defines a Super Speeder as a driver convicted of speeding at 75 mph or more on a two lane road or 85 miles per hour or more on any road or highway in the State of Georgia.
Keep in mind, the payment of the ticket in this situation constitutes a conviction! If you find yourself charged with a super speeder citation, or have a citation and are unsure about your citation's status as a super speeder, call us first and we can quite often help.
If you have been injured in an auto wreck, or otherwise, it it important to have an experienced Georgia Injury Attorney on your side. Call us for a free case evaluation. We have contingency agreements available for these types of cases and can make sure you get what you deserve.
We take very seriously the rights afforded under the Federal and Georgia Constitutions to those individuals accused of criminal wrongdoing. Our firm has a significant amount of trial experience from misdemeanor cases to the most serious offenses. We know the process and procedure well and can help you from start to finish if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of being charged with a criminal offense in the State of Georgia. We have a simple fixed fee retainer system for criminal cases.
Our firm conducts both residential and commercial real estate transactions for nationwide lenders to local banks, short term loans to 30 year mortgages. We have a strong relationship with our local banks and are approved to conduct transactions with countless larger lenders. Whether you are buying property, selling property, or financing, call us with any questions about the process. We pay close attention to all the hidden details in a real estate transaction to make sure you get what you pay for, with no issues.
We are agents for First American Title and Members of the Georgia Fund/Attorneys' Guaranty Fund of Georgia and can write title policies as required by your lender.
Wills, Probate, and Trusts
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Dealing with the concept of our passing and how one's affairs will be handled after death is a difficult, but necessary subject to plan for.Whether you need to design a plan for your estate with a will or trust, or if you have lost a loved one and need assistance in probate of that estate, we are prepared to carefully and openly guide you through this process.
Limited Liability Company (LLC) and Corporate Organization
Auto Accidents/Personal Injury
If you are going through divorce and have all or most of the details amicably worked out, but would like to ensure that you are still protected with the proper drafting and procedure for dissolution of marriage, we would be happy to guide you through this process. We have many years experience drafting divorce settlement agreements and final decrees, and know what issues to address to make future litigation much less likely.
If you are starting a business, or already have a business, you should strongly consider forming a legally recognized entity to keep your business affairs separate from your personal finances. Georgia law (as with other states) allow for the creation of Corporations and Limited Liability Companies (LLC) to provide a legal mechanism to organize and operate your business while protecting your personal assets. The LLC is a relatively new entity that is very flexible with low operating costs and management that is great for small business.
We can advise you on what type of Georgia business entity would work best for you, and then prepare and file the proper paperwork to get it started. Do not start a Georgia business with a stranger in another state over the internet.