Maryland, DC, and New York Cases (Remote Handling)
Effective May 1, 2017 and for the foreseeable future, with the exception of family law and employment (disputes, termination packages, and discrimination claims) in Maryland, the attorney will not be taking new cases in Maryland, New York, or DC that have to be litigated in court.
I will still accept other non-litigation cases in those states if the matters can be handled remotely from my Georgia offices.
If you are looking for a landlord-tenant attorney in Maryland, DC, or New York, I recommend you go to the several websites such as attorneys.com, lawyers.com, and avvo.com and interview several attorneys about their background and experience before hiring one.
Cases in Georgia
Cases in Georgia will still be handled and litigated as normal. Go to demandingjustice.com to learn more about the The McGill Law Firm, LLC. The attorney will still represent clients who happen to live out of state, but have cases in Georgia. Approximately 30% of the Firm's small landlord clients live out of state.
This decrease in travel will allow the attorney more time to handle Georgia landlord-tenant, family law, employment, and contract litigation matters.