These are some of the questions we receive on a day-to-day basis. This page is designed to help you; however, please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions that are not answered on this page.


Jones Law is a litigation-oriented firm.  Our practice encompasses a wide range of fields such criminal defense, domestic relations, business and/or contractual disputes, probate litigation,  and employment-related litigation. 

Our firm does not handle real estate closings; bankruptcies; Social Security claims; Workers’ Compensation claims; and/or immigration cases. 

What are your typical fees?

Depending on the type of case, our firm offers several different fee structures. 

Typically, we handle criminal defense and domestic relations cases on an hourly or flat-fee basis. This mean that our fee is taken out only at the end of a case, once we recover on your behalf. Other types of cases are usually handled on an hourly basis.

How do I set up an appointment for a consultation?

Contact us by telephone at (678) 947-4687 or by e-mail at info@JonesLawLLC.com

You may also use the Contact Us form on our web site.  We make every effort to be flexible and take your schedule into account when arranging appointments. Depending on the type of case you’re consulting with us about and/or your individual situation, it may be possible to arrange for in-home visit.

What should I bring with me to my first appointment? 

Generally, we encourage our clients to err on the side of bringing “too much” rather than “not enough”.
At a minimum, you will need to bring any legal documents you may have which are related to your case.  These may include:
  • Insurance policies
  • Summons or subpoenas
  • Police reports
  • Copies of lawsuits (Complaints/Petitions) 
  • Contracts

Other items you will need to bring, if possible:

  • Photographs or other material you feel is important
  • Medical records and invoices (for personal injury claims) 
  • List of names & current contact information for everyone that may have information about your case 

You should also prepare a list of any questions you want to ask your attorney. And, for verification purposes, you may also be asked to provide a current driver’s license or other form of photo identification.