Cook and Associates provide a range of legal services to clients in Montgomery and throughout Alabama, including real estate transactions and litigation, business planning, contracts and contract litigation, immigration, estate planning and litigation, commercial real property, and copyrights/trademarks. We represent clients from small mom and pop restaurants to global manufacturing corporations.
- Business Law
- Intellectual Property
- Real Estate Law
- Immigration Law
- Entertainment & Sports Law
- Personal Injury
- Social Security Disability
- Copyright Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
We will practice on contingency for some breach of contract/collection issues, real property insurance matters, and select personal injury cases.
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Because of a large demand, we have to charge a consultation fee to keep our calendars manageable. All consult fees are credited towards flat fee cases.
- 11th Circuit
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Amanda B. Cook, Counselor at Law LLC
- - Current
- Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University
- J.D. (2012)
- New York University
- B.A. (2001) | Fine Arts
- Montgomery County Bar Association
- - Current
- Activities: Women's Section
- COPYRIGHT AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION: SAVING FREE SPEECH FROM ADVANCING LEGISLATION
- Registered Mediator
- Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution
- Q. What type of application I need to submit to get my citizenship?
- A: That doesn't make any sense. You were likely included on your parents' application and are a citizen, but just mistaken. You should file a FOIA request to find out what's really going on, through a lawyer.
- Q. Dual citizenship last name mismatch between 2 passports due to marriage. How to prove that both names are mine?
- A: It's difficult to tell whether you are asking about US policies or the policies of your home country. If your home country is the one giving you the problem, then you need to speak to a lawyer who is licensed there. But generally speaking, you need to follow the paper trail. That means you need to obtain certified copies of every government record that evidences your and your husband's name changes, such as your marriage certificate and other existing court records. You will probably need these translated into the language of which country you submit them for evidence, if applicable.
- Q. Can I work remotely from home office (in another country) on a TN Visa? If so, how long?
- A: I agree with the former answer. If you can work remotely, it should't affect your TN status for the period it is valid. I would only add that might need to consult tax professionals in both countries and in TN.