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Firm Newsletter – April 2020

Our Success Stories Member contacted our office for assistance regarding an issue she was having regarding pension benefits. Member worked for a chemical corporation for over 10 years during the 1970’s. Member recently submitted a claim for pension benefits for which...

Firm Newsletter – March 2020

Our Success Stories  Member contacted our office for assistance to collect on money owed for services rendered at a local institution. Member performed painting work and they refused to pay her claiming that her company used the wrong type of paint.  They said it...

Firm Newsletter – February 2020

Our Success Stories  Member contacted our office for assistance with an issue he was having with his joint checking account being garnished because of a debt he owed.  Member had previously taken out a home equity loan and began to experience financial difficulty...

Firm Newsletter – January 2020

Our Success Stories  Member has a small business plan and contacted our office for assistance in getting paid for services rendered.  Member was hired by a large multinational retail corporation to complete certain repairs and renovations to their transportation hub...

Firm Newsletter – December 2019

A YEAR IN REVIEW: THE BEST OF 2019 Our law firm had an amazing year! Through November 30, 2019, we handled 116,943 requests for service from LegalShield members. In addition, we hosted over 20 special events throughout the year, including in-person Open House events,...

Firm Newsletter – November 2019

Recent Success Stories Member contacted our office for assistance in obtaining a refund of the earnest money for a property she was attempting to purchase. Member signed a contract with a real estate company and paid earnest money funds in the amount of $3,000, and an...

October 2019 Newletter

How to Protect Your Case Against a Contractor Under Georgia’s Right to Repair Act

Many homeowners hire a builder or general contractor with dreams of renovating their home to add that dream kitchen or picturesque gazebo. Unfortunately, these dreams can be quickly dashed when the work is completed incorrectly, or not at all. Many homeowners are so enraged by the broken promises or poor craftsmanship that they run to court to file a lawsuit, but unless you follow the steps outlined by Georgia law, you will not be entitled to the relief that you seek.

Firm Newsletter – September 2019

Recent Success Stories Client contacted our office for assistance with tax liens on her properties that may be expired. Client had tax liens on her properties for payroll and local tax debts owed from 1998-2003. Our attorney reviewed the documents provided by Client...

August 2019 Newsletter

Recent Success Stories Client contacted our office for assistance with annual tax credits they were being denied for insurance coverage. Client purchased health insurance coverage for his family through Marketplace, which applies the amount of premium assistance a...

Firm Newsletter – May 2019

Recent Success Stories Client contacted our office for assistance related to an issue with her tax refund. Client's state and federal tax refunds were deposited into the wrong bank account at her bank because the tax preparer input the wrong account number. The bank...