John E. Dalton, Jr.
John E. Dalton, Jr. joined Coleman Talley in 2014 following fourteen years of private practice with J. Stephen Gupton, Jr. P.C. John is an associate of the firm practicing in the areas of Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights, Collections, Business Law, Real Estate, Wills and Estate Planning, and Probate. John's practice is primarily in the area of the representation of financial institutions, including banks and credit unions, other mortgage lenders, as well as businesses that provide in-store financing to customers, in collection of debts through actions in Georgia state courts and Georgia federal courts. Such representation includes practicing in bankruptcy courts by drafting and filing of Proofs of Claim, Objections to Confirmation, Reaffirmation Agreements, Motions for Relief From Stay and Adversary Proceedings. John also provides services to financial institutions and other mortgage lenders in foreclosure proceedings.
John provides a full range of services to clients who are selling, purchasing or refinancing real property. He has extensive experience in title examination and review. He assists clients with their real estate closing needs, including interactions with mortgage lenders.
John also practices in the area of Wills and Estate Planning whereby John provides consultation and drafting of Last Wills and Testaments, Trust documents, Financial Powers of Attorney and Advanced Directives for Health Care. John also assists clients during those difficult times after the loss of a loved one with estate administration, whether it includes probate or non-probate issues.
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