Jeff Heller Experienced Georgia Attorney

Address: 151 West Main Street, Suite 203
Canton GA 30114
Phone: 770-345-1130

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Practice Areas

Commercial Bankruptcy
Consumer Bankruptcy
Criminal Law

About This Law Firm

DUI, Social Security Disability & Bankruptcy Attorney

Exceptional representation for everyday people.

Canton, GA criminal defense attorney, Jeff Heller, understands everyday people. Everyday people want straightforward answers. They want returned phone calls. They want a legal professional handling their case who is motivated by solutions, not just dollar signs. When it comes to resolving legal issues, everyday people find the experience, knowledge, and personal connection they desire in Canton, Georgia based attorney, Jeff Heller.

Jeff focuses his 22 years of legal experience on the following areas of practice:

Criminal defense lawyer in Canton, GA

For over 20 years, J.M Heller has provided legal solutions for clients throughout the Metro Atlanta area. His experience as a Marine Corps Judge Advocate gives him the knowledge of how a prosecutor may handle a criminal case. Mr. Heller’s full service Canton criminal law firm offers valuable legal guidance in a wide range of criminal law including:

  • Parole and probation
  • Prisoners rights
  • Property damage
  • RICO
  • Sex crimes
  • Theft
  • Traffic violations
  • Weapons charges
  • White collar crime

Criminal law in Georgia can be severe and carry heavy penalties including prison sentences. If charged with a crime, invoke your constitutional right to legal counsel. Never submit to a police interview without your lawyer present. From misdemeanors to felonies, Jeff Heller can provide aggressive and compassionate legal guidance.

Personal bankruptcy

Bankruptcy under Chapter 7

Canton bankruptcy attorney, Jeff Heller, has provided Chapter 7 bankruptcy help to numerous clients in the Metro Atlanta area. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a liquidation bankruptcy and can be filed by either individuals or business debtors who are unable to pay their creditors. With Chapter 7, the court will erase your unsecured loans. In exchange, some of your assets may be liquidated to pay down your debt and reimburse creditors. For business debtors, filing under Chapter 7 means you will no longer be in business. In most cases, the debtor does not have assets that would be lost, so Chapter 7 gives a person a "fresh start".

Bankruptcy under Chapter 13

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a reorganization bankruptcy used by individuals. Under Chapter 13, the courts give an income-receiving debtor the chance for rehabilitation. A debtor must have an income source to qualify for Chapter 13. The debtor proposes a three to five year repayment plan to his creditors, which must begin within 30 to 45 days of the beginning of the case. Typically an individual debtor gets to keep his property, and creditors are paid some percentage of what they are owed.

Canton Social Security Disability attorney

Jeff is a social security disability attorney in Canton who cares about helping the injured and disabled. He provides legal counsel and representation to assist clients in the following areas in filing social security disability claims:

  • When a claim can be filed
  • Denial of a claim
  • Organizing an appeal
  • Disabilities covered by Social Security
  • Appeal Process for SSD or SSI
  • Preparing for a disability hearing
  • Applying for SSD or SSI benefits
  • Avoiding mistakes on a disability claim
  • Requests for reconsideration and hearings before a judge
  • Suing the Social Security Administration in Federal Court  

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