Superior Court Jurisdiction

The Superior Court is Georgia’s general jurisdiction trial court that handles both civil and criminal law actions. Superior Court Judges preside over cases involving felonies, divorces, child custody, child support, juvenile delinquency, DFACS and equity issues. In addition, the court handles various other civil disputes. The Superior Court also has concurrent jurisdiction with local limited […]

Attorney Martha Hall featured in Statesboro Magazine

Local publication, Statesboro Magazine, recently published a special section called Women in Business. This section highlights local women business leaders who are making a positive impact on our community, and excelling in business. We are so proud that one of our own, Attorney Martha Hall, was featured in the section! Martha’s primary focus is Family […]

A Fresh Financial Start in 2016: Can Bankruptcy Help?

As the year draws to a close, you may be wondering how you can get a fresh start financially next year. If you are overwhelmed with the burden of debt, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the best way to simply start over in 2016. Deeper in debt Maybe it is medical bills, or perhaps […]

When is Bankruptcy the Right Choice?

“I had student loans, car payments, a mortgage, small business loans, and credit card debt. When I lost my job, it was all I could do to pay for groceries, but the creditors started calling and emailing sometimes multiple times a day. It was so overwhelming, and I had no idea what to do to […]