Georgia Divorce, Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation and Bankruptcy Lawyer
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Law Firm OverviewAt the law office of Joseph W. Segraves, Attorney at Law, in Kennesaw, Georgia, we represent individuals and businesses in bankruptcy filing (Chapter 7 and Chapter 13), divorce cases, auto accident, premises liability, personal injury, Social Security Disability claims and Workers' compensation cases. Whether representing an injured worker, a disabled Social Security claimant, personal injury client or divorce client, we provide personal and individualized attention to your legal needs.
Attorney Segraves offers more than 35 years of experience to both individual and business clients. The firm also serves as general counsel for small businesses on the legal aspects of business formations, contract matters, incorporations, business purchase and sale, bulk sales transactions, shareholder agreements and partnership agreements.
For every legal challenge, we engage in thoughtful analysis so that we may offer appropriate strategies to help each client reach their goal. Our mission is to provide the knowledge and available options to achieve successful outcomes.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Lien Stripping of Second Mortgage; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Discharge of Debts; Stopping Foreclosure, Repossession & Garnishment; General Post-Bankruptcy Financial Management; Spousal Support; Divorce - Child Support; Contested Divorce; Division of Property and Assets; Uncontested Divorce; Mediation Settlement; Consumer & Business Bankruptcy; Benefits for Disabled Adult Children; Bipolar Disorder; Child and Dependent Benefits; Depression; Lungs – COPD; Multiple Sclerosis (MS); Neurocardiogenic Syncope; Pain & Chronic Pain Conditions; Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Areas of Law Description
- Workers' Compensation
Getting hurt in a work related injury is a traumatic experience. Thoughts of employer retaliation swoop through injured workers' minds. The fear of financial insecurity creeps upon your overburdened shoulders. It is in an injured worker’s best interest to hire a worker’s compensation attorney. Timely compensation is what you deserve.
Mr. Joseph W. Segraves
Accident, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Animal Bites, Arbitration, Bankruptcy
- State Bar of Georgia
- Towne Lake Business Association
- Kennesaw State University Alumni Association
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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Articles Published by Joseph W. Segraves, Attorney at Law
Where special circumstances exist, the handling of a Social Security disability case (SSDI or SSI) can be "speeded up" to provide the claimant with relief at an earlier date. The situations which the SSA recognizes as being in need of this special processing include Terminal Illness, Military Service, Compassionate Allowance and Dire Need cases.Read Article
Pain is often associated with injury, disease, illness and physical disabilities. The persistence and severity of pain may leave you unable to work even when you can otherwise accommodate your disability in your work. Chronic Pain is severe, persistent and long term pain; pain that cannot be removed by standard medical treatment or pain that persists beyond the expected duration of the injury or illness. SSDI or SSI benefits may be available to you when pain prevents you from working.Read Article
There is nothing more basic to every day of our life than breathing. When breathing becomes difficult and even mild exercise causes shortness of breath and fatigue, it affects almost all our daily activities and the ability to work is severely impaired. Social Security Laws may help by providing income benefits (Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI)) and medical benefits (Medicare and/or Medicaid).Read Article
Divorce in Georgia is often though of by the public and by attorneys as being either “contested” or “uncontested”. The distinction being whether or not both of the parties have agreed to the dissolution of the marriage. This determines how the divorce proceedings will processed. Where the parties can agree to resolve their differences, the case can be handled on an uncontested basis. The legal proceedings will be simpler and less stressful. Attorney fees will be substantially lower.Read Article
Bankruptcy debtors in Georgia are frequently faced with the difficult decision of what to do about the debt on their residence. Discharge and release of the lien of the second mortgage debt is no longer possible in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case.Read Article
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease which strikes thousands of Americans each year and leaves them with symptoms, conditions and physical limitations which make it impossible for them to work. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) may provide income and medical benefits to help you.Read Article