Timothy G. Cook, Attorney At Law

Marietta Bankruptcy, Family Law and Contract Law Attorney

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Bankruptcy, Family Law, and Contract Law Lawyer
The Law Offices of Timothy G. Cook are dedicated to providing knowledgeable legal assistance to you as a client in areas of personal bankruptcy, small business bankruptcy, family law matters involving divorce and custody concerns, and consumer contract disputes. We handle cases throughout the North Atlanta Metro area.

Experienced Bankruptcy Representation
With the recent changes in bankruptcy law it has become too complex for individuals to try and handle their case on their own or to use a document service. It is imperative that you have a competent attorney to handle your case effectively. The table is heavily tilted against you in favor of the creditors, trustees, and the landlords. It is crucial to understand what has transpired in your life financially for a year prior to filing.

The last thing you want to happen is to have your case dismissed, lose your house, or have to contend with a repayment plan you can never complete. At the Law Offices of Timothy G. Cook we have extensive experience in first advising you as to the best course of action for your financial situation. There are times when bankruptcy is not the answer.

Your case and your petition are prepared and handled by an attorney and not a paralegal or a secretary. You will not go to a court hearing and have your case handled by an attorney you have never met before the hearing. We thoughtfully provide individualized attention to our clients. Our goal is to provide you with all of your options so that you can make a well informed decision based upon sound legal advice.

From his office in Marietta, Georgia, Mr. Cook has been providing personal service to clients since 1997. He represents clients in the North Atlanta Metro area, including Woodstock, Dallas, Acworth, Smyrna, Canton, Smyrna, Cartersville, Sandy Springs, Kennesaw, and communities of Cobb, Paulding, Bartow, and Cherokee counties.

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