Telephone: (229) 226-1344
Facsimile: (770) 886-5976

Primary Responsibilities:
• Real Estate Title Searches
• Mechanics and Materialmen’s Lien Preparation and Filings
• Construction Contracting and Accounting
• Payment Bond Claims
• Regulatory Issues
• Local Government Law



Although James Eubanks bring many useful and practical skills to our law firm, his primary responsibility as a Paralegal is to assist clients and attorneys real estate title searches, mechanics and materialmen’s lien preparation and filings, construction contracting and accounting, payment bond claims and regulatory issues.

With substantial experience in the legal field, banking, accounting, as well as retail and wholesale sales. James joined the firm in 2017. He expansive experience includes Information Security, Information Technology, Financial Institution Lending, Marketing, and Management. James has also served in local government since 2005, and he is currently serving as Mayor of Pelham, Georgia. In his civic roles he has experience with Development Authorities, Historic Redevelopment projects, Street Scape projects, Government Bid process for projects and historic tax credits. His training opportunities have included Government Accounting, Municipal Law, Mediation, and Municipal Taxation.

James studied accounting at Darton College and Architecture at Santa Fe Community College and the University of Florida before pursuing his B. A. in History while shifting his interest to studies in Law.

James is also an active member of the Pelham Rotary Club were he served as the 2016-2017 Club President. He is also actively involved in the Georgia Rotary Student Program and hosts international students every year. James is on the Pelham Carnegie Library Board and has been involved in its successful multi-year restoration process. He is an active member of Hand Memorial United Methodist Church and serves as a trustee for the Southwest District of the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. James and his wife, Sarah, also support and promote the arts in the local community.