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We are a Georgia law firm that focuses primarily on five practice areas:

[1] BANKRUPTCY cases where we primarily represent consumers in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings;

[2] LOAN CLOSINGS compliant with all GA laws, including SB 365 requiring a GA law firm act as closing agent in disbursing loan funds;

[3] PERSONAL INJURY cases representing the interests of individuals who are injured or harmed in accidents and suffer damages;

[4] EMPLOYMENT cases representing the interests of individuals or small businesses in employment disputes; and

[5] FAMILY/SCHOOL/CRIMINAL cases representing individuals in divorce cases, representing children in school cases, and also representing individuals or children in select criminal cases (such as DUI, altercations, false imprisonment, etc.).



Georgia Bankruptcy Attorneys, a division of Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC, is committed to providing our clients with an understanding of their legal rights and options before implementing a debt relief strategy that will work for the individual client. We thoroughly review each client's financial situation and provide the information needed so that he or she can make decisions regarding debt challenges.

As part of each bankruptcy proceeding includes appearing in federal court before a judge, bankruptcy trustee, and creditors, our attorneys represents individual clients and appear with, and on behalf of, clients at these proceedings. When you need to go to court, you will receive notice of the court date and time from the court and/or from our attorney.

The process of determining your qualification for bankruptcy is called a "Means Test" which must be taken. Our attorneys will review your income and debts and, thereafter, determine whether your income level is below the average income in Georgia. If we determine that you qualify for Chapter 7 and/or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we will communicate the pros/cons of each form of bankruptcy based on your individual situation.

In a nutshell, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing allows a person to discharge most of their debt, with a few exceptions. A means test must be taken in order to determine whether a person qualifies for this type of bankruptcy. Generally, people with few assets are better served using this method. If you want to keep property like a home or a car and are behind on the payments on a mortgage or car loan, a chapter 7 case probably will not be the right choice for you. That is because chapter 7 bankruptcy does not eliminate the right of mortgage holders or car loan creditors to take your property to cover your debt.

For those with a steady income who may be able to repay their debts, a Chapter 13 filing can be used to restructure the debt and repay it within 3 to 5 years. You should consider filing a chapter 13 plan if you: (1) own your home and are in danger of losing it because of money problems; (2) are behind on debt payments, but can catch up if given some time; and (3) have valuable property which is not exempt, but you can afford to pay creditors from your income over time. You will need to have enough income in chapter 13 to pay for your necessities and to keep up with the required payments as they come due.

If you are facing a difficult financial situation due to mounting debts or, worst, or dealing with pending foreclosure, repossession, garnishment, or harassing phone calls, please call us at (404) 287-2363 so that we can set up an immediate confidential phone consultation.


Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC provides prompt, courteous, and knowledgeable loan closing services to borrowers and clients in our offices or at locations of your choice, such as the borrower's bank, home, office, or other preferred location. Documents signed in our loan closings relate to mortgages, refinances, reverse mortgages, RESPAs, and more.


Effective July 1, 2012, Georgia Law REQUIRES that the settlement agent responsible for disbursement of loan transactions funds secured by real estate mortgage deeds must be a lender OR a GA lawyer who is an active member of the State Bar of Georgia. The new Georgia Law (Senate Bill 365) amends Georgia Code Section 44-14-13, relating to the disbursement of loan proceeds.

Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC, helmed by Attorney Brian D. Poe, former Senior Attorney for Delta Air Lines, Inc. and former Associate for Troutman Sanders LLP and Morgan Lewis & Bockius, LLP, is up to the task of complying with the new law, while providing flexible closing coverage. We have attorneys who are mobile and can travel to a closing location as requested, including our offices in downtown Atlanta and Union City, Georgia, as well as any other requested location

After the closing has occurred, our office will accommodate all of our clients with disbursements of Georgia loan transactions which are funded through our Georgia Attorney's Escrow (IOLTA) Account or through the GA Atty's IOLTA Account of one of our trusted partners. Upon funding the loan, we will provide lenders with a detailed Disbursement Statement generated by our office for your records, along with copies of wire confirmations for any funds that have been disbursed by wire.

With regards to the residential refinance closings practice, Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC partners with lenders in closing your loan, by adding the personal touch of an attorney who will travel to your preferred location to close - in our Atlanta office or at the borrower's home, job, or other requested location. We disburse loan funds through our Georgia Attorney's IOLTA account.

While prompt, courteous, and knowledgeable service should be the hallmark of all our closings, we also believe in focused service, as each client, borrower, and closing is an individual case with individual requirements. Please tell us what your needs are, and we will strive to meet or exceed them on every closing.

For all loan closing scheduling requests, disbursements requests, or any other inquiries regarding services provided by Brian Poe & Associates, Attys, PC, please call us at (404) 880-3318 or text us at (404) 645-0955. Alternatively, if you are unable to reach us immediately, you may book orders through the firm's practice coordinator Jamie Cox, Esq. at (678) 920-4611.


Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC operates to assist individuals who may be injured or harmed due to the negligence of another individual in an automobile accident, medical treatment, or workplace situation. We have the resources and experience to deal with major insurance companies whose lawyers may represent the negligent offender in an effort to deny or reduce your claim. We quickly investigate all of the facts that will support every possible contributing cause of your accident. Then we handle each PI case as quickly and effectively as possible, so that during this difficult time, our clients are able to focus on recovery, instead of worrying about paying medical bills, recouping loss wages or repairing damage to their vehicles. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your accident dispute. If you have been injured in Atlanta, Georgia or any metro city South or West of Atlanta, please call us at (404) 287-2363 today to speak with us regarding your case.


Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC has over 20 years of experience in cases relating to employment law. Our attorneys have experience in major law firms and Fortune 100 corporations defending the practices of employers. This experience gives our law firm an advantage in representing individuals and small businesses who need counseling or litigation representation in this area. Because our work in this area is strategic and case-by-case, we limit information that we are willing to publish on our website regarding our services. Please know that you will be in great hands if you retain us in this area.


Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC is entrenched in the community and positioned to be a relationship firm for individuals who need counseling or litigation with respect to personal family matters or with respect to their children. We represent individuals in divorce cases. We represent children in school cases. We represent individuals or children in select criminal cases (such as DUI, altercations, false imprisonment, etc.). Because our work in this area is strategic and case-by-case, we limit information that we are willing to publish on our website regarding our services. Please know that you will be in great hands if you retain us in this area.

Thank you! Brian Poe & Associates, Attorneys, PC (Attorney Brian D. Poe is an active member of the State Bar of Georgia)
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