Scroggins and Williamson, P.C.

  • Established in 1993
  • Firm Size 5
  • Georgia's Preeminent Business Bankruptcy and Restructuring Attorneys. Serving Georgia and the Southeast U.S.
  • Peer Reviews

    5.0/5.0 (9)
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About this firm

Scroggins & Williamson, P.C. serves clients throughout Georgia and the Southeastern U.S. in addressing legal issues arising from a financially distressed business situation. Established in 1993, the firm's attorneys are highly experienced in helping clients solve their legal problems. Located in Atlanta, the firm and its predecessor, Scroggins & Brizendine, have been specializing in business bankruptcy and insolvency law for over 35 years, serving clients in nearly every industry imaginable. - See more at:

Areas of Practice (6)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Specializing In Corporate
  • Business Bankruptcy
  • Insolvency
  • Debtor and Creditor Rights
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Out of Court Debt Restructuring

People (5)

Bankruptcy, Commercial Workouts, Civil Litigation

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0 (1) Review

Business Bankruptcy, Restructurings, Civil Litigation

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Bankruptcy, Creditor/Debtor Rights, Corporate Law, Civil Litigation

Peer Reviews
4.8/5.0 (5) Reviews

Litigation, Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring

Peer Reviews
5.0/5.0 (3) Reviews

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