Live life with impenetrable standards of doing what is right no matter what.
Time is money and money is important to our clients, so we do not waste it.
Life is a gift and a privilege, honor the lives of those around you.
Our conduct impacts our lives and our clients’ lives and interests.
Transactional practice representing institutions, investors, creditors, property owners and consumers, including: Residential Closings & Transactions ~ Commercial Closings & Transactions ~ Administrative Real Estate Law ~ Bankruptcy
Business association focused area of practice that represents entities from formation, to operations, to exits through M&A or dissolution. Corporations ~ Limited Liability Companies ~ Partnerships ~ Mergers & Acquisitions
Our firm represents both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts in commercial legal disputes.
Your Team of Legal Professionals
Craig Long, Esq.
Doyle Johnson, Esq.
Visit Our YouTube Channel for Informative Videos
As we turn the corner into a new year, we give pause to reflect on 2016, and what the year brought to our firm. In the last year, we added some new talent to our Real Estate Closing Team; Ajka Pilav, Sue Evans and Kelley Crane. The transition from a one-man team to a three-woman Read more about Closing the Book on 2016[…]
On Tuesday, November 29, 2016, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index was released for the month of September, 2016. The index measures home prices through two indices, the 20-home index and the 10-home index. The 20-home index measures home prices in the following cities: Phoenix, Los Angles, San Diego, San Francisco, Denver, Washington, DC, Miami, Read more about Atlanta Housing Price Recovery is Complete[…]
The Cost of Title Insurance is Worth the Investment
The Atlanta Journal Constitution recently published a Business article about the shortage of homes for sale in Atlanta. Journalist Michael Kanell references the housing inventory report from Georgia Multiple Listing Service which denotes Georgia as possessing the worst housing inventory deficit in the nation. The analysis of the information is accurate, and reaches the obvious conclusion that the housing Read more about Forsyth County Primed for Growth[…]
In June 2015 the Georgia Supreme Court made significant changes to spoliation in the State of Georgia. In its decision in Phillips v. Harmon, 297 Ga. 386 (2015), the Court rejected the bright line test formerly relied upon by trial courts in the state when determining when a duty to preserve evidence begins. The unanimous Read more about Spoliation in Georgia[…]
A short survey of Delaware and Georgia law regarding standards of care for judging decisions of members or managers when fiduciary duties have been eliminated. Delaware has successfully become a bellwether for its law regarding fiduciary duties in the corporate context given the quality of the judiciary and the bar and the volume of judicial Read more about Of Mice and Men and Fiduciary Duties[…]
Earlier this month, shock waves were felt across the political and legal landscape of the United States when Justice Antonin Scalia, 79, unexpectedly passed away in his sleep while vacationing on a ranch in Texas. Having been appointed to the Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, Justice Scalia was the longest serving of Read more about Attorneys: We Can Honor Justice Scalia by Emulating His Character[…]