THE DEMPSEY LAW FIRM, LLC IS A SOLO PRACTICE LAW FIRM LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN CLARKESVILLE, GEORGIA. WE STRIVE TO PROVIDE OUTSTANDING SERVICES AT
AN AFFORDABLE RATE.
WE OFFER GENERAL LEGAL SERVICES FOR OUR CLIENTS, INCLUDING FAMILY LAW, PROBATE, WILLS & ESTATES, CRIMINAL MATTERS, GENERAL LITIGATION AND
SERVING NORTHEAST GEORGIA LOCATIONS: HABERSHAM, STEPHENS, RABUN, BANKS, WHITE, HALL,
AND LUMPKIN COUNTIES
Family law cases need an attorney with experience both in the Courtroom and in negotiations. A divorce is one of the more stressful situations that people may face, especially when children are involved. Many cases can be settled without the added stress of a final hearing.
We have extensive experience with both hearings and settlement negotiations that need to be tailored to each case and client. In the event of more serious cases, TPOs and other legal filings can be used to alleviate issues in the more urgent domestic situations to obtain immediate relief. If you need to enforce a current Order, a Motion for Contempt may be necessary.
Legitimation is important in Georgia - be sure you have your rights to a child born out of wedlock determined on your terms and before it is required by another party.
Wills & Estates
The probate laws in Georgia can be confusing to those without experience in this practice area.
A Last Will and Testament can ensure that your wishes are carried out at your passing and according to your directions. A Health Care Directive can assist your family and the medical staff with providing, or withholding, specific medical treatment in the event you are unable to communicate your wishes.
Guardianships and Conservatorships are useful in the care of both adult children with disabilities, as well as with older family members who need assistance with their day to day needs and finances.
We offer reasonable rates for probate cases, and strive to close probate matters as soon as is legally possible. The firm has extensive experience with Georgia probate courts and the filing of the appropriate petitions for each specific case.
There are many different criminal matter cases that can involve any of the Court systems in Georgia, including Superior, State, Magistrate, and Municipal (City or Local) court hearings.
Misdemeanors, while less serious than a felony, can still carry stiff financial penalties, as well as other requirements during any period of probation. Felony convictions can result in not only much higher financial penalties, but jail time as well. Deadlines for the filing of motions and other Court documents began to run at arraignment. Proper representation at the beginning of a case can help ensure your rights are protected.
We have experience in all Court settings for misdemeanors and felonies, including, but not limited to, DUI, possession, battery, bond hearings and criminal trespass.