William Bradley Legare

William Bradley Legare

About Me 

The Legare Firm, P.C.

A Transactional Law Firm

 

We handle many types of transactional legal issues:
Business formation and organization for all types of businesses – Corporations, LLCs, PCs, LLPs, Partnerships, etc.
Legal and business counseling for all types of businesses.
Contracts – creation, review and modification of existing contracts for all types of businesses and individuals.

 

The Legare Firm has drafted, modified and/or reviewed contracts for many types of situations: Company bylaws; Public relations representation contracts; Equine purchase/sale agreements; Private/Hard money loan agreements; Personal management agreements; Music royalty sales and loans; Real Estate purchase, sale, and rental agreements; Computer repair business contracts; Employment contracts and many others.

 

Advanced Directives – wills, living wills, durable health care powers of attorney, financial powers of attorney.
Powers of Attorney for all other matters.
If you do not see your particular type of transaction on the list, feel free to contact us as this list is not exhaustive.

 

Biography

Brad Legare

 

Originally from Charleston, SC, Brad moved to Atlanta in 1999 to go to law school. Brad met his wife, Cheryl, while attending Georgia State University College of Law. The Legares settled in Decatur, GA, in the Oakhurst neighborhood. Brad does not litigate, leaving that to his wife.

 

Brad provides a highly personal legal representation experience, believing that communication is of the utmost importance in an attorney client relationship. His level of service is unsurpassed, and Brad only refers clients to other attorneys who operate the same way.

 

Brad started The Legare firm for several important reasons:

 

  • He wanted to start a law firm that emphasized personal service.
  • He has a B.S. in Business, and the true test of business acumen is to own your own; as such, Brad understands the needs of small business owners.
  • He hates wearing suits and ties, and the easiest way to control the dress code of a business is to own it.
  • He wanted to have a job that didn’t interfere with his live music habit.
  • Perhaps most importantly, he wanted to be able to take his dogs – Catfish and Moonpie – to work with him. Because of this love of animals, well behaved dogs are always allowed in the office.