Meet Kevin J. Pratt

Kevin J. Pratt, Trial Lawyer, founded in 2002, provides professional and aggressive legal representation to clients across Georgia. With an office in Suwanee, our firm takes on cases in metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia. Mr. Pratt combines both his prior accounting background and his legal skills to help clients resolve their challenges.

The focus of our practice is primarily criminal defense and civil litigation defense. Our firm also represents clients in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. If you are going through rough times, we can truly empathize. Our office is here to help.

"With my legal and business training and experience, I can accurately interpret complex personal and corporate financial information. This is a vital asset if you are considering bankruptcy. These skills translate over to my criminal and civil practice as well." - Kevin J. Pratt

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Broad Legal Experience

Our attorney is admitted to practice in Georgia and actively participates in several professional organizations, including the American and Gwinnett County bar associations. In addition to representing clients in every magistrate, state and Superior Court in Georgia, Mr. Pratt is admitted to practice in the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, U.S. Bankruptcy Courts and the Supreme Court of the United States.

Professional Recognition

Mr. Pratt has received an Avvo "Superb" peer review rating in recognition of his successful record and high ethical standards. He was also selected for inclusion in the Rising Star list in Super Lawyers Magazine.

Talk With Us Today

Our attorney has more than 16 years of legal experience. Read our reviews and it will be clear that we truly care about our clients. To find out more about how we can help, please send us an email or call 770-614-4811.

Under federal law, we are designated as a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code.