Welcome to The Beck Law Firm, LLC blog. Here at our law firm, founded by attorney Joel Beck, we help folks in three main areas:
we help financial services professionals (stockbrokers, investment advisers and insurance agents) protect their #1 investment - their careers - as part of our financial markets practice;
we help individuals and families prepare and plan for the "what if?" questions in life in our estate planning practice; and,
we help folks go into business and stay there in our small business law practice.
If you need assistance in one of these areas, or if there might be another way we could be of service to you, please call on us whether you are here in the metro Atlanta area, or elsewhere. You an reach our office at (678) 344-5342. Joel routinely assists financial services professionals across the country, where allowed, with legal and compliance needs in the broker-dealer and RIA industries, and can work with clients from various regions on Georgia estate planning and business issues as well.
Here on BDLawBlog.com you'll find a wealth of information and commentary on the firm's practice areas. Use the categories to the right of the screen to find posts in specific topics, and use the search bar on the right to search the blog for any particular item. Below, you'll find a starting point for an introductory post in each practice area.
Please understand that while we've designed this blog to be helpful and informative, the blog is not designed to provide you with legal advice, nor can it be a substitute for legal advice specific to your situation. If you need legal advice, please consult a lawyer. And, of course, if we can be of assistance to you, please call on us.
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Suggested Starting Points:
For financial markets issues (including government investigations and prosecutions), we suggest you start here with this post. But, if you've been terminated or discharged by a broker-dealer, then start with this one designed just for that situation.
For basic estate planning in Georgia, including wills, powers of attorney, and health care directives, we suggest you start here with this post.
For business law issues, including forming a corporation or LLC in Georgia, we suggest you start here.