Georgia legal notices, llc
Georgia Legal Notices, LLC was formed as a result of marketing efforts undertaken by attorneys to better inform individuals who have had legal action taken against them. As a public service, we reach out by letter and email to individuals who have had lawsuits filed against them, are facing foreclosure on their homes, are having their wages or bank accounts garnished, or who have filed a bankruptcy case in the past and need assistance. Since we get information from the courts and other public records as soon as the legal action has been initiated, individuals often receive our letters and emails before receiving notice from the courts. As a result, may people contact our office with questions about the notice and simply want additional information. Georgia Legal Notices was formed to serve the citizens of Georgia by giving them advance notice of legal action taken against them and providing them with a resource to find out more information about the legal action.
Keeping you informed so you have the greatest amount of time to plan your financial strategy.
The letters and emails sent by Georgia Legal Notices offer the services of local bankruptcy attorneys to address the legal action taken against you. Our firm addresses the various legal actions through assisting consumers in filing for bankruptcy protection. While Georgia Legal Notices is a relatively new entity, the attorneys we work with have been serving the bankruptcy and personal injury needs of North Georgia citizens since 1996. They have helped thousands of clients avoid collections and save their homes through the bankruptcy process. We are here to help you as well. Just give our office a call at 678-682-3688 and we will assist you in scheduling a free, private consultation with a bankruptcy law firm and they will advise you as to your options under either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Much of the information we obtain regarding legal action taken against you comes from court records.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Contact our office with questions about the notice and simply want additional information.
We get information from the courts and other public records as soon as the legal action has been initiated.