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Bankruptcy Attorney in Augusta, GA
- Experienced: We’ve handled bankruptcy cases for more than 30 years.
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If you are overwhelmed by debt or confused by your bankruptcy options, Lee Ringler Law Offices is ready to help. Lee Ringler opened his law office in 1979 and exclusively handles bankruptcy law cases. He is equipped to file chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases in both South Carolina and Georgia. Trust Lee Ringler to eliminate the complexity of bankruptcy law and help you determine the right solution for your specific financial situation. Call (706) 724-4000 or fill out our online contact form today.
Augusta, GA, is the third largest city in the state of Georgia. Located on the eastern border of the state, it is separated from South Carolina by the Savannah River. The area was established as a settlement in 1736, and has maintained its historical significance since that time, including serving as the capital of Georgia from 1785 until 1795. In 1847, the opening of the Augusta Canal drove Augusta to become a manufacturing hub and a prominent inland cotton market. Augusta is also home to the boyhood homes of both Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States, and James Brown, the godfather of soul.
Today, Augusta is home to a large medical district, anchored by University Hospital, Augusta University Health, and the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center; Augusta University; the recently opened Augusta Cyberworks facility; and an active food, shopping and arts scene, primarily centered on Broad Street, Reynolds Street, and Greene Street in downtown Augusta. A number of small businesses make their home in Augusta. Downtown Augusta is also home to First Presbyterian Church of Augusta. The church was originally established in 1804, making it one of the oldest active presbyterian churches in the United States. Its primary building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Perhaps most famously, Augusta is known for hosting the annual Masters Tournament, a major PGA event played at Augusta National golf course.