Practice Areas

Corporate and Business Law

J.V. (Jay) Dell is an experienced business attorney who can help you navigate the winding road of any corporate or business concern, ensuring that all bases are covered, and that each party’s rights and responsibilities are addressed. Corporate and business law is comprised of many elements. From basic contracts to forms of ownership to employees to accounting and other financial matters, many concerns go into your business. Laws vary on many levels. There are federal laws to observe, as well as local and state laws to uphold. Corporate and business law always extends beyond mere legal advice. The business attorney is, essentially, a part of their clients’ management team. Business clients require quality legal services who respond to each client’s needs in a timely manner with personal attention. Clients can benefit from the full range of services, which are always customized to the client’s individual needs.

  • Establishing business formations and ownership types (licensing, incorporating, sole proprietorship, partnerships, LLCs, non-profits)
  • Compensation issues, deferred compensation
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Corporate financing and financing agreements
  • Estate planning with regard to business interests
  • Purchase/sell agreements
  • Stock redemption
  • Commercial contracts and leases
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Employment practices
  • Employee benefits
  • Employee safety
  • Business liability
  • Antitrust/unfair trade practices counseling
  • Government relations and legislation
  • Commercial litigation
  • Corporate and business Real estate
  • Bankruptcy
  • Reorganization
  • Secured and unsecured loan documentation
  • Dispute resolution

Whether you’re just starting out, establishing your business, or you have been in business for many years, Jay Dell is ready to assist you. Business law and corporate law concerns do not have to dominate your life. Let us handle the legal aspects, while you get back to running the business you’ve worked so hard to build.

 

Real Estate Law

Whether you are buying or selling property, transferring your interests, battling others over real estate and property rights, leasing or renting property, or have a claim for damages, a Georgia real estate lawyer is the key to helping you navigate the confusing muddy waters of real estate law.  Jay Dell can help you understand your rights and responsibilities, and gain the most favorable outcome possible, no matter how complicated the case. At J.V. Dell, P.C., our clients are our number one priority. From the preparation of real estate forms and contracts to closing the deal to representation in a court of law, we’ll take care of your real estate law needs, so you can get back to the more important things in life with some added peace of mind.

Jay Dell can help you understand the laws and legal rights related to:

  • The capacity to hold interest in real property
  • Permissible interests in real property
  • Relationships between property owners
  • Relationships between property owners and the surrounding community
  • Landlord-tenant law, relations, and rights
  • Transfer of interests (joint tenancy, co-tenancy, etc.)
  • Real property financing (deeds, mortgages)
  • Commercial leasing
  • Commercial real estate
  • Homeowner’s association laws
  • Neighbors and pets
  • Residential real estate
  • Real estate transactions, including but not limited to, sales and purchases

If you have a Georgia real estate law concern, contact J.V. Dell, P.C. today. You can call us at (706) 453-4800, stop by our office in Greensboro, GA, or even send us an e-mail to schedule a confidential consultation today. You never have to feel overwhelmed or all alone in your real estate law needs. Hire an experienced real property attorney who is on your side and who will ensure your rights are upheld in every real estate transaction affecting your life.

 

Probate Law

Probate law is a very sensitive and often complicated matter. Experienced probate attorneys, such as Jay Dell, understand that it can be overwhelming to settle a loved one’s estate and to see that their final wishes are carried out while also mourning their loss. Whether your loved one left behind a simple estate or a number of heirs, an experienced probate law attorney can assist you with all matters concerning your late loved one’s estate, from filing the Will to the disposition of assets to facing any challenges in Georgia probate court.

If probate law is not your current concern, you may be planning for the inevitable. J.V. Dell, P.C. can help you with personal estate preplanning and business estate preplanning, including the preparation of your Will and updates to your Will (codicils). We can help you to outline the disposition of your property and funds, no matter how small or large your estate. We’ll assist you in understanding the law, carefully outlining your final wishes, and preparing any trusts that you deem necessary for the disposition of your remaining funds to your heirs, charities, and others. Should you want a living trust to take effect prior to your death, we can do this as well. Don’t let anyone else determine what happens to your money and property when you’re gone. Outline your wishes in writing so that there will be little question as to what you wanted, and always keep your Will up-to-date so that no aspect of your estate is overlooked and the chances of a challenge to your Will are minimal. Whether you need assistance with probate law or preplanning, Jay Dell is here to help with wills, trusts, and estates.

How J.V. Dell, P.C. Can Assist You

  • Power of attorney
  • Will preparation
  • Codicils
  • Living wills
  • Trusts
  • Business estate planning
  • Personal estate planning
  • Probate law

Whatever your Georgia probate law needs, our confident and capable attorney, Jay Dell, is here to assist you with every aspect of wills, trusts, and estates. We invite you to call us at (706) 453-4800, come by the office in Greensboro, GA, or drop us a quick e-mail to schedule a consultation today. We understand these highly sensitive matters and want to help you navigate the often difficult and trying process of probate law.