If you are like most people, you probably thought you would never need to hire a lawyer. Now that you do, it is important to look beyond the law school diploma hanging on the office wall. Along with experience and professional credentials, you deserve to work with an attorney who will take time to listen, explain your options and focus on you as a top priority.
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit — It's when things seem worst that you must not quit. — From the poem "Don't Quit," author unknown.
At the Rhodes Law Office, LLC, in Conyers, Georgia, I will make certain your voice is heard. I will guide you through the legal system in pursuit of a positive outcome. With me by your side, All Rhodes Lead to Justice. When you are hardest hit by a legal problem in central Georgia, I will not quit and I will not let you quit. I will help you get through this with your head held high and your future intact.
Lawyer Tynesha RhodesAttorney Rhodes graduated from NC State in 2001 with degrees in Sociology, Criminal Justice and Political Science. She went on to graduate Law School in 2009 from John Marshall Law School. Read More
Clients First, Always
Too many law firms try to be all things to all people. I take a focused perspective on helping my clients. To serve you better, I restrict my practice to legal areas that include:
- Family law and divorce
- Personal injury
When you choose me to handle your case, you will work with me personally, attorney Tynesha Rhodes. You can expect to be treated with respect, and you can count on your case getting the attention it deserves. I will work closely with you from start to finish, keeping you involved and informed, and remaining in communication with you throughout the process.
Flat Fees For Many Services · Payment Plans Available · Credit Cards Accepted
Call my office in Conyers at 770-441-4834 or use the convenient email form to request a free 15-minute consultation. I serve clients in Conyers, Covington and the surrounding areas.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.