Every member of our law firm is committed to bringing quality legal services to every client at a reasonable and fair rate.  Sometime that is not good enough, so we also participate in several pro bonoactivities including those sponsored by various bar associations.  In addition, we are dedicated to helping our communities by volunteering our time, providing legal services, and making financial donations; in fact, ten percent of our revenues are directly returned to our communities through our donations.  Some of the wonderful organizations we are pleased to be able to support include the following:

  • Bald Ridge Lodge:  A non-profit Stabilization and Assessment Center for boys located in Forsyth County, Georgia which serves boys ages 12-17. The lodge serves those who are in the custody of the Department of Family and Children Services or referred by the local Juvenile Court.
  • Camp Sunshine:  Camp Sunshine provides respite, support, joy and hope to children with life-threatening illnesses and their immediate families through various stages of a child’s illness. The year-round program is free of charge to all families, and includes 24-hour onsite medical and psychosocial support.
  • MAP International:  MAP International (formerly Medical Assistance Program) has shipped over $4 billion dollars in medicine to those in need, it promotes health and sustainable sanitation to people across the globe.
  • The Vashti Center:  A ministry of the United Methodist Church, the Vashti Center offers a Residential Program for boys and girls ages 6 to 17 who are unable to function within the community due to emotional and psychological issues.  In addition, it offers Clinical Services as a licensed Mental Health Center used to care for youth, children, and their families.
  • Thomasville Antiques Show:  Since its inception, the Thomasville Antiques Show Foundation has provided over $1,650,000 to local children’s charities.
  • Thomasville Landmarks: This great organization works to preserve, protect and promote the architecture, history and heritage of Thomasville and the Thomas County area.
  • American Ceramic Circle:  The American Ceramic Circle (ACC) was founded in 1970 as a non-profit educational organization committed to the study and appreciation of ceramics. Its purpose is to promote scholarship and research in the history, use, and preservation of ceramics of all kinds, periods, and origins.
  • Thomasville Center of the Arts:  The goal of the Thomasville Center for the Arts is to inspire and connect our community through artistic experiences that bring beauty and enrichment to daily life. They offer childrens and adult classes for all types of art from dance & theater to the visual arts, host gallery openings, lectures and concerts as well as sponsoring events such as Due South and the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival.