Phillips Law LLC
4555 Mansell Road, Suite 300
Alpharetta, GA 30022
ph: 678-845-8829
fax: 770-217-0606
Phillips Law LLC specializes in the areas of law pertaining to property
ownership in the state of Georgia. State and local entities have created a  
myriad of rules and regulations governing the ownership, use and transfer
of  residential and commercial property.  Phillips Law will protect your rights
and help you navigate to your goals.

Phillips Law, LLC obtained one of the top contract law jury verdicts in the
state. Other notable achievements include winning a wrongful foreclosure
case at trial after multiple appeals, setting aside foreclosures, obtaining
assignment of rents, resolving disputed tax deed quiet title actions,
construction, easement and boundary line disputes, winning jury verdicts for
business disputes and winning over $280,000.00 for a lender client before

Amelia Phillips is a Fulton County Special Master.

  • Quiet Title (Tax Deeds, Boundary Line and Probate)
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Property Owners Association
  • Local Government Regulation
  • Zoning and Land Use
  • Landlord - Tenant
  • Foreclosure
  • Construction Litigation
  • Business Litigation
  • Contract Disputes
  • General Civil Litigation
This Web site presents general information about Phillips Law LLC and is not intended as legal advice nor should you consider it as such. You
should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel. Please keep in mind that merely contacting Phillips Law LLC will
not establish an attorney-client relationship. Phillips Law LLC cannot represent you until the firm knows there would not be a conflict of
interest, and the firm determines that it is otherwise able to accept the engagement. Accordingly, please do not send Phillips Law LLC any
information or documents until a formal attorney-client relationship has been established through an interview with an attorney and you get
authorization in the form of an engagement letter from Phillips Law LLC. Any information or documents sent prior to your receipt of an
engagement letter cannot be treated as confidences, secrets or protected information of any nature.
Phillips Law Practice Specialities

  • Before or after the purchase of Tax Sale property
  • When a routine title search, inspection or survey reveals a problem
  • Prior to requesting local government zoning changes
  • Before entering into contracts with tenants, landlords or business partners
  • Any other time you have a legal need
When Should You Call Phillips Law

  • Corporations specializing in the purchase of investment property
  • Property owners petitioning local government for land use modifications
  • Individuals that own property subject to restrictive covenants
  • Any person or business that feels its rights have been violated
Who Should Call Phillips Law