Attorney Paula J. McGill provides personal service to a variety of clients. She is comfortable representing individuals and small to medium sized businesses. Moreover, Attorney McGill is not afraid to go after large corporations to force them to take personal responsibility for damages they cause. Her confidence in pursuing these companies comes from her 20+ years of experience. Furthermore, she is skilled in efficiently and effectively representing clients of most budgets. Many clients return for additional services or recommend her to family and friends. In addition to the offices noted below, the attorney has three additional offices in the Atlanta Metro area and access to numerous meeting locations throughout Gwinnett, Fulton, Dekalb, Cobb, Rockdale, and Newton Counties. Similarly, if you are located in Maryland (Baltimore, Prince George's County, or Montgomery County), Washington, DC, or New York (Long Island, NYC, Westchester) there is an office suite available to meet with Ms. McGill to discuss your legal matter. For more information about the practice or about your particular legal issue, please use the contact information form provided on this website or contact Attorney McGill at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also read more about the attorney and legal issues on her legal blog to obtain more information at mcgilllaw.blogspot.com.
- Landlord Tenant
- Business Law
- Family Law
- Employment Law
- Consumer Law
- Small Claims
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I provide free 10 minutes initial consultations by phone or e-mail. This is a screening consultation.
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After the 10 minute screening consultation, an initial office consultation is $60/30 minutes and an initial phone consultation is $50/30 minutes. Thereafter, hour rates between $150-$375/hr. apply.
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- The McGill Law Firm, LLC
- - Current
- Lord Bissell & Brook (Now Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell)
- Wallace King Marraro & Branson
- Piper & Marbury (Now DLA Piper)
- University of Pennsylvania
- J.D. / Law
- Kennesaw State University
- MBA / Finance
- Emory University
- B.B.A. / Finance
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- The McGill Law Firm - Other Provisions in the Firm's Contract
15 February 2017
- The Firm is Accepting Landlord-Tenant Cases in the Following Counties
4 January 2017
- New Fees and Rates Effective January 15, 2017
29 December 2016
- Attorney-Client Conflicts in Litigation
15 July 2016
- Going Paperless
27 May 2016
- New Attorney Fees Coming for all Landlord-Tenant Matters Effective May 15, 2016
5 May 2016
- Do Your Research and Take Your Time When Served With A Summons And Complaint/Statement of Claim
13 April 2016
- New Office - Stone Mountain, Georgia
11 April 2016
- Too Many Attorneys on One Case is a Warning Sign Most Attorneys Cannot Ignore
11 April 2016
- Q. Can a collections agencies put a lien on my home for my son's debts, while he is living with me?
- A: Did you guarantee your son's debt? Have you been sued for that debt and lost in court? Is your son part owner of the house? Does the debt relate to repairs or improvements to the house? If the answers are no, I don't see how legally the lien can be placed on the house.
- Q. can the Sate of Ga make you pay child support if you are legally married to the mother
- A: It is possible on two occasions: (1) there was a support order before the marriage and you never filed the petition to modify; and (2) the mother or father seeks separate maintenance (legal separation) and the custodial parents is awarded child support.
- Q. Can my landlord come do a walk through with a pending move?
- A: The walk though is done once the house is vacant. It behooves her to wait. Boxes and furniture may just be hiding damages. Regardless of when she does the walkthrough, any checklist of damages should note it was done before the move out date. You can do your own video walkthrough once you move out all your items and make repairs. Make sure you also take pictures of corrections to any problem areas she may have noted in the premature walkthrough.
- Q. Wanting my son to come live with me. He is almost 14 and we have never established official custody
- A: You will need to legitimate him and file for custody. Even though you may be the birth father, in Georgia, you need to legitimate the child before you obtain custody.
- Q. My daughter is 14 and she's now living with me full time. What course of action should I take to make it legit and legal
- A: If you are the father and haven't legitimated her, you may be able to file the legitimation, custody, and child support petition in one action.
- Q. In Georgia, do you have to continue paying child support if the child is forced to move out?
- A: If the daughter moved to the non-custodial parent, that parent must file to modify child support to terminate his payments, and possibly start collecting support.
- Q. If your Boss at your job pinches you and leaves bruises on you and mind abuses.Do you have grounds for a law suit?
- A: If you complain about the harassment (follow your employee handbook on filing internal complaints) and nothing is done or you are retaliated against, certainly, move forward and file a charge with the EEOC.
- Q. How can I find out when child support was filed?
- A: What do you mean when child support was filed? Are you the father and want to know when the mother filed an action for child support? If so, you simply have to call the court where the action was filed. If you've been served the petition, look at the court's date stamp.
- Q. My 15yr old daughter refuses to visit. I have been told through ex wife if i try to make her I could be arrested, true?
- A: Generally, courts look to the custodial parent to encourage visitation. They also look at the influence the custodial parent has to interfere with visitation. The mother cannot simply withhold visitation because you are behind on child support. At the same time, if you file for contempt for failing to make the child available for visitation, she can file for contempt for your failure to pay child support.