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Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the FAQ page on Edmonds Law Office's website! We understand that navigating the legal world can feel overwhelming and confusing, which is why we've created this page to provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive from our clients. Our team is proud to offer exceptional legal services to individuals and businesses alike, with a focus on personalized attention and achieving the best possible outcome for each case. We have a deep understanding of a wide range of legal matters, including business law, contract law, and landlord tenant law. We hope this page will serve as a helpful resource to you, and invite you to contact us directly if you have any additional questions.

  • Do you accept cases outside of Georgia?
    No, we do not accept cases outside of Georgia.
  • What counties and cities does Edmonds Law Office serve?
    Our office represents businesses and individuals in the Atlanta metro area including: Fulton, Dekalb, Cobb, and Gwinnett counties. Our office represents businesses and individuals outside the Atlanta metro area on a case-by-case basis. We do not represent businesses and individuals in Clayton County, Georgia.
  • What types of cases does your firm handle?
    We offer outside general counsel services and a la carte business support services to Georgia service-based businesses. If you’re a an enterprise level small business, then we can talk. Our team also provides contract services for landlords and tenants. We draft leases and property manager agreements for landlords. We help tenants understand their residential leases and rights. Our office is no longer representing individuals in evictions or litigation. We also help individuals understand contract terms through our strategy sessions. We can help you negotiate favorable contract terms and advise you about which terms do not protect your interests. If you need contract drafting, we've got you covered.
  • Do you offer free consultations?
    We offer a complimentary 15-minute 'fit' call to determine if we're the right firm for you. Prospective clients can schedule directly on our website. If you are seeking legal advice, prospective clients can schedule a 30 or 60-minute consultation or strategy call on our website. A paid consultation is the only way that clients can receive legal advice from Edmonds Law Office. Fit Call: https://calendly.com/aedmondslaw/discovery-call-new-clients Legal Advice Call: https://edmondslawoffice.simplybook.me/v2/
  • How do I start working with Edmonds Law Office?
    We’re excited to begin working with you on your business, contract, or landlord tenant case. Step 1: Schedule a traditional consultation (no document review) or a strategy session (with document review) with our managing partner, Angelik Edmonds. During your 60-minute conversation, Angelik will assess your case, your goals, and advise you whether you need a lawyer at this time. Our office does not provide retainer options to clients prior to a consultation. Schedule a paid consultation directly on our website by clicking the "Let’s Talk Business" yellow buttons. We have appointments available on Mondays and Thursdays. If you need another date, please give us a call at 678-404-1239 and we'll work to accommodate you. Or get in touch to arrange your quarterly subscription for Outside General Counsel Services for your business. Step 2: Sign your attorney-client agreement electronically. Step 3: Pay your attorney's fees online with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or AMEX. Step 4: Login to your secure client portal for important dates and next steps in your case.
  • What makes Edmonds Law Office different from other firms?
    We're a boutique law firm that values developing relationships with our clients without hierarchies and legalese. We only work with a select group of clients to make sure that we're able to provide high-touch legal services. We leverage technology to keep our clients informed about what is going on in their case. We have a 72-hour communication policy, so we guarantee you'll be in the know.
  • How long will it take for my case to be resolved?
    It depends. If you are hoping to resolve your legal matter in mediation or through informal dispute resolution, our office is generally able to resolve cases in 30 days or less. Once your attorney-client agreement is signed and your attorney's fees paid, your legal work product will be ready for your review in 7-10 days, or sooner if required by an upcoming deadline. Please note: Our office is no longer representing individuals in litigation matters.
  • I do not want to go to court. Are there ways to resolve my case outside of court?
    Yes. Our office has experience resolving many cases through demand letters and mediations. Depending on your goals, our office may be able to pursue one of these options to resolve your case outside of court.
  • What are your firm’s business hours?
    Mondays: 9 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesdays: 7 AM - 3 PM Wednesdays: 9 AM - 4:30 PM Thursdays: 12 PM - 7 PM Fridays: 9 AM - 3 PM Saturdays: 11 AM -1 PM (Second Saturday of the Month)
  • Are you accepting any civil rights cases at this time?
    No, we are not accepting any new civil rights cases at this time.
  • Will you represent me in my pending lawsuit?
    As of November 2023, Edmonds Law Office is not accepting any new litigation cases. We will not be able to represent new clients in filing or defending lawsuits.

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