Richard

Jones

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GA
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in GA
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About Richard

I have practiced law since 1992. My specialities are consumer bankruptcy (Chapter 7 & 13), uncontested divorce (with and without children), adoption, name changes and probate. I have personally handled each of the practice areas from initial client consultation through preparing and filing, all court appearances through conclusion of the case. Please note with respect to consumer bankruptcy I am only representing those who are in Chapter 7 or wish to file Chapter 7.

Top Case Types

Divorce: 16.67%

Adoption & Guardianship: 16.67%

Restraining Order: 16.67%

Power of Attorney: 16.67%

Probate: 16.67%

Wills: 16.67%

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English

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Georgia State University College of Law

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