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Attorney at Law

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Location: United States of America
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Kevin Pratt focuses his practice in business law, corporations and limited liability companies, real estate transactions, tax deferred like-kind property exchanges, secured lending, and real estate litigation. Kevin Pratt has assisted hundreds of entrepreneurs in the creation of business entities such as Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, or Partnerships to facilitate their particular needs regarding, taxation, financing and limited personal liability. After finding that a large percentage of Corporations and LLC's were not created and maintained properly, Kevin decided to focus his practice in these areas.

He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he was a member of the University of Georgia Honor Court. Kevin Pratt was a Semi-finalist in the Richard B. Russell Moot Court Competition, and Semi-finalist in the Melvin J. England Mock Trial Competition. He received his Bachelor in Business Administration, Summa Cum Laude, Accounting, from Georgia State University, where he simultaneously received Advanced Writing Honors from the University's School of Arts and Sciences. Kevin Pratt is licensed to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Gwinnett County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association, and he is a Certified Public Accountant. He is also a part time adjunct professor at Georgia State University where he teaches American Law.


You have worked for someone else your entire life and you are ready for a change. Forming a business does not seem like an easy process and keeping up with one seems even harder. Starting your own Limited Liability Company (LLC) may be the answer for you.
As a motivated and self-sufficient individual, you would love to work for yourself. Great business ideas constantly come in and out of your head, but after lots of thought you have dismissed them.
Every morning when you wake the same thing happens - you get out of bed with feelings of anxiety. You ask yourself "how many debt collectors will contact me today and what will I tell them this time?" You know you have been working harder than ever to get out from under your debt.
You are sitting at home on the couch scratching your head wondering how you got yourself in this mess. Spending the last few hours staring at yellow tickets that were issued to you has not helped; instead you have become more and more frustrated. Replaying the events that led up to your arrest has given you nightmares every night.
If integrity, justice, experience, and character are important to you, vote for Judge Winegarden. The unknown person that posted the false negative information about Judge Winegarden must simply be a political plant.
In times of current economic hardship, many of us have hit the wall and we feel as though we are out of options. No matter how hard we work and how hard we push ourselves to strive and succeed, things beyond our control throw us into an economic downward spiral. Unexpected loss of employment, illness, or business failure may have you considering Bankruptcy. If you feel you have gotten in over your head, filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy may be a great option.
"Should I file bankruptcy" is a very common question. Although Americas bankruptcy laws date back to the 1800's, deciding to file is much more common today than at anytime in the history of our country.
When you consider filing for bankruptcy it is important to know that you are not the only one with a difficult financial situation.
If you have a small business, perhaps a construction company or material supplier, you know what it’s like to provide your services or deliver your materials and then not get paid. It’s frustrating. You paid your employees. You paid your suppliers. Why can’t you get paid? You know the person or company that owes the money is still doing business. The debtor is receiving money, there just not giving any to you. Why?
Estate planning is the process of deciding how to effectively transfer your assets, at death, and during your lifetime. Without proper Estate Planning you could unnecessarily lose a sizable portion of your estate to taxes. While avoiding taxes is an obvious reason for Estate Planning, a more important reason may be in its ability to allow you to direct the transfer of your assets after death.