Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
Health Care Directives
Corporations and Business Entities
Business Relations and Contracts
Divorce and Family Law
DUI and Traffic Offenses
John Martin Miles has been a solo practitioner in Metro Atlanta since 1976, maintaining a practice that has developed and evolved with the growth of the area. The question, "What kind of law do you practice?" has elicited a continually changing response as the needs of our clients have demanded different services. The constant about our practice is that we strive to fill the client's needs.
Mr. Miles has been practicing business law for over 40 years and has found that our clients truly appreciate the time and effort we put into every aspect of their business. We're here to help you succeed and that's something we don't take lightly.
At John M Miles we are here to listen to your needs and help you accomplish your business goals in any way we can. We know that starting a business can be tough on your wallet, and we've got a number of different options that you and your company can review to keep costs as low as possible.
There comes a time in nearly everyone’s life where the services of a lawyer are required. To help in this process, this pamphlet was prepared by the State Bar of Georgia to aid and assist individuals and businesses in choosing a lawyer.
Identifying a legal problem
A good way to determine whether you have a legal problem or need legal assistance is to ask a lawyer. Most lawyers will initially discuss and determine whether you have a legal problem without charging a fee.
Choosing a Lawyer
Once you decide to call a lawyer, the next decision is which one. In order to determine this, the following is a list of suggestions that might help you decide who to call:
Ask friends, teachers, employer, co-workers, minister, relatives, neighbors, or anyone you trust which lawyer(s) they have used and if they did a good job.
Go to your local public library and ask for the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. It lists most lawyers and their area of practice within your community, the State of Georgia and the United States.
Ask other lawyers, or
Call your local Legal Aid or Public Defender’s office to see if you qualify for representation.
With more than 40 years experience, John focuses on business formation and planning, business operations, estate planning, asset preservation and estate administration
Mr. Miles received a Juris Doctor Degree from the Atlanta Law School and is licensed to practice in the state courts as a well as the Federal District Courts, Appellate Courts, and the Bankruptcy Courts in Georgia. Mr. Miles has been certified as a mediator by the State of Georgian