We provide real world solutions for globally-minded people. Many of our clients travel, have passports, have married across borders, or find themselves here in the United States for one reason or another. Others may be looking to hire a foreign national or help a foreign worker with a particular issue.
Our firm was established in 2008 with the goal of providing services to Atlanta's globally-minded community.
A recent case involved an immigrant facing felony theft charges. We were able to get the case reduced to a minor infraction and keep the client in the United States.
Marietta Square Office
223 Crescent Circle
Marietta GA 30064
We offer a free 30-minute no-obligation, no-strings attached initial consultation if you mention Nolo.
Fixed rate fees and payment plans available for immigration, D.U.I., criminal defense, divorce and family law clients. We accept most major credit cards, and payment plans are available. We also offer a special discount to new clients who mention Nolo.
Flat rate fees and payment plans available.
Conveniently office hours. Evening and weekend appointments available upon request.
Spanish, French, and Chinese.
The areas in which we practice are those in which real people are affected and where we can make a difference.
We strongly encourage our clients to read up on legal issues, interview lawyers as well as to attend relevant support groups. Each person's situation is unique but often times there is basic information about general legal matters available on the web or at the library.
We encourage all clients to bring all relevant paperwork to our office at the time of their initial consultation. Sometimes clients can save costs by doing their own legwork.
There are certain situations that do not require the services of a lawyer. If we see that our clients would be able to handle their own situation without incurring legal expenses, we will let them know. For others who do not have the means or inclination to hire an attorney, we can often point them in the direction of free legal resources in the community. However, the odds are against non-lawyers who face lawyers in litigation and child custody matters.
Prior to becoming an attorney, I worked in international business and earned a Master of International Management. In Atlanta I worked with Rodriguez and Associates, LLC, a firm catering to Georgia's Hispanic community.
Having been both consumers and providers of legal services gives us the empathy and experience to better serve our clients.
My unique strength is finding creative ways to settle cases while always being ready for a courtroom battle. There is no one-sized-fits-all solution for legal matters. Each client and each case is unique.
My style is zealous yet compassionate. I care about my clients. I am quick, efficient and result-oriented, but also try to look beyond at the bigger picture of a situation.
I am active in the community with my family, church, and Girl Scouts. It is not uncommon to see me in a volunteer capacity outside of the courtroom.
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