Kent Altom is the managing partner of McCalla Raymer's Georgia and Alabama... more
Kent Altom is the managing partner of McCalla Raymer's Georgia and Alabama Litigation & Trial Practice group. He coordinates all aspects of the firm's default litigation practice in Georgia and Alabama, including title curative litigation defensive litigation, and evictions litigation. Mr. Altom also handles non-judicial and judicial commercial foreclosure proceedings, receivership actions,... view profile
Rachel Iverson has practiced in the area of real estate and finance for 22 years.... more
Rachel Iverson has practiced in the area of real estate and finance for 22 years. Her practice focuses on real estate closings, small business government (SBA) and conventional lending and restaurant finance. She holds an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell* and has been named to "Atlanta Superlawyers" for several consecutive years. www.rkilaw.com
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