what we offer

Legal Areas We Cover

The Georgia Advocate Partners assist clients with social security disability claims, short and long-term disability appeals, estate planning including for special needs, and equine law. Use the buttons below to go directly to any service.

Social Security Disability

Adult disability benefits, children with disabilities, benefit denials, and coordination of benefits.

Short and long-term disability

STD and LTD insurance claims for non-work-related illness or injury.

Estate Planning

Estate planning inlcuding special needs planning, elder law estate planning and pet trusts.

Equine Law

Equine law, boarding agreements, liability consultations, equine trusts.

what makes us different

Why choose Our services?

We understand how difficult it can be when you know you need to deal with a legal issue but your family situation is all consuming and you don’t have the time to even think about what is needed. We are here to help and can schedule meetings with you virtually from the comfort of your home.

Responsive And Friendly Service

We pride ourselves in providing a friendly and professional service.

Professional and Trustworthy

Your case will be handled by our professional and trustworthy team.

No need to come to us

Meetings can be done online so there is no need to take time away from your busy schedule.

Local knowledge

We have been representing Georgia residents for over 10 years.


Service FAQs

Our professional, knowledgeable and understanding team is here to help you and your family. We understand that you may have a few questions before contacting us and we’ve tried to cover them below or on our resources page.

Advocacy for your family

Georgia Advocate Partners are experts in the legal areas of Social Security Disability, Short Term/Long Term Disability, Comprehensive Estate Planning, Equine law, and appellate practice in those areas.

  • Responsive and friendly service
  • Professional and trustworthy
  • No need to come to us
  • Local knowledge
Can you do online meetings?

Yes, in fact this is almost purely what we do and while unconventional, we have found our clients prefer it. Virtual meetings have a host of advantages.

First and foremost, you don’t have to waste time driving to and from the attorney’s office. This makes it possible for us to meet with you where ever you are in Georgia. So, even if you live rurally, or in one of the six Georgia counties that don’t even have an attorney present in them, you can still get top quality representation. We can make a virtual house call at your convenience. Additionally, we recognize that not everyone can drive or has access to a working vehicle or can afford gas. Not having to make the trip to the attorney’s office means you do not have to worry about any of that.

Second, virtual meetings do not cause as much interruption to a busy life. Meeting with us means you don’t have to take a day off of work. Also, you and your spouse don’t have to both take time off work and coordinate schedules or make any care arrangements for children. All parties can meet remotely from where ever they are. We often meet with clients on lunch breaks or in-between other scheduled meetings.

Third, if you are disabled or have family members you have to care for, we recognize that just getting out of the house can be very difficult. Virtual meetings means that you can have a meeting from the privacy of your home and don’t have to arrange for other caretakers.

Finally, for our estate planning clients, we can even send the notary to you for your final document signing!

How quickly can I get a meeting with you?

We are usually able to arrange an online meeting pretty quickly. The best thing is to not delay booking an initial meeting. Please fill in our contact form and we will get back in touch with you to arrange an online or telephone meeting to discuss your specific case.

How much are your fees?

Our fees are discussed on your initial call.  Please fill in our  contact form and we will get back in touch with you to arrange an online or telephone meeting to discuss your specific case.

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