I have worked primarily with Criminal Law since passing the bar (both as prosecutor and defense attorney). While in my private practice I have worked as well in business development and Landlord-Tenant law. In addition to working hard to help ac...
Practice areas & skills: DUI & DWI, Real Estate, Criminal Defense
Cale Rogers began his legal career doing title work and conducting real estate closings in 2001, and now handles and supervises a wide variety of civil cases and transactional matters as the managing partner of Coleman, Chambers, Rogers & Williams...
Practice areas & skills: Litigation, Probate, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Contracts & Agreements
Jason A. Kim, was born in St. Mary’s, Pennsylvania, on December 6, 1974, and was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2000. His family moved to Blue Ridge, Georgia in 1982. He received a Bachelor of Arts, Cum laude, in English, with a minor in Philoso...
Practice areas & skills: Real Estate, Litigation, Criminal Defense, Business, Car Accidents
Keith is an attorney focusing primarily in the areas of real estate litigation and transactions, contract disputes, business litigation, banking law, and general civil litigation. He also represents individuals and couples in adoption proceedings.
Practice areas & skills: Real Estate, Contracts & Agreements, Adoption, Personal Injury, General Practice
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A residential real estate lawyer deals with all home-ownership issues, including the purchase, sale, ownership, occupancy, and use of condos, apartments, single-family houses, and other living spaces. Typical problems a residential real estate lawyer can resolve include disputes between home buyers, real estate agents and brokers, home sellers, home builders, escrow companies, and lending banks. Because home ownership is the biggest investment most people make, you need to support every transaction with written documents. Residential real estate lawyers can prepare these documents and make sure your home-ownership rights are protected.