Attorney Joseph H. Rosen is a 1982 Cum Laude graduate of Delaware School of Law. He is admitted to practice in California and Georgia. Prior to founding the Joseph H. Rosen Immigration Law Group, Joe Rosen served more than 30 years with the U.S. government. For 20 of those years Joe was an FBI Special Agent and a U.S. Customs Special Agent. Joe Rosen is a past President of the North Fulton Bar Association, an Adjunct Professor of Law at John Marshall Law School, a former contract legal instructor with the U.S. government, and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Mr. Rosen specializes in representing U.S. citizens who are marrying foreign nationals, foreign nationals employed in the U.S. or opening businesses in the U.S., foreign national athletes coaching or playing in the U.S., and legal permanent residents applying for U.S. citizenship. Today, he discusses President Obama’s proposals on Immigration Reform and how they help small businesses in the U.S.
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Stephen Scriber, a graduate of Duke University School of Law, is an experienced wills, trusts, and estate planning practitioner based in Midtown. He believes in serving his client’s needs with commitment, integrity, and honesty while minimizing costs and stress. In addition to running a growing practice, he has numerous involvements with charitable and nonprofit organizations in Atlanta, serving on the board of theAtlanta Peachtree Lions Club and the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia. He is also a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, Gate City Bar Association, and the Duke Club of Atlanta.
In addition to his work, Stephen has numerous involvements with charitable and nonprofit organizations in Atlanta. Stephen is an active runner, having completed several half-marathons and marathons, and is slowly picking up rock climbing. He lives in Midtown with his two dogs and a cat.
Duke University School of Law
Juris Doctor, May 2011
- B.S. Womble Scholar (2008-2011)
- Alaska Law Review, Casenote Editor (2009-2011);
- Duke Forum for Law & Social Change, Internal Managing Editor (2009-2011);
- Duke OUTLaw (LGBT Alliance), President (2009-2010)
University of Mississippi
- Master of Arts cum laude, May 2008
- Bachelor of Arts cum laude, May 2006
- State Bar of Georgia
- Atlanta Peachtree Lions Club (Board Member)
- Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia (Board Member)
- CHRIS Kids (Outreach Committee)
- Atlanta Habitat for Humanity
- Atlanta Bar Association
- Gate City Bar Association
- National LGBT Bar Association
- Duke Club of Atlanta
- Amherst Alumni Association
- City Club of Buckhead
Since 2001, I have been a trusted financial professional for my clients seeking to empower and educate them on retirement, investments, and financial planning. As a natural born leader, and Army Veteran, I’ve always had a strong entrepreneurial spirit, and it lead me to establish my own business – Commonwealth Business & Retirement Services (CBRS) in 2011. Being a business owner myself, I understand the unique challenges others face as they navigate the difficult financial concepts presented to them. I celebrate the distinctive qualities each of my clients have – be it gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, etc. and I help them find solutions that fit their unique lives.
I believe strongly in the advocacy of minorities, and make it a priority to serve my clients and community by participating in a variety of boards and associations that promote education, equality, and human rights. I serve as the Advocacy Chair of the Financial Planning Association (FPA), the Vice President of the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC), and a member of the Federal Club of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).
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Emma Foulkes offers securities in the following states: Georgia, Texas, Florida, California, Illinois, New Jersey & Oregon
Emma Foulkes is also insurance licensed in the following states:Georgia & Illinois
Since 2003, I have focused my practice exclusively on family law in Atlanta, including Dekalb, Cobb and Fulton County divorces, custody litigation, child support litigation, modification of child support, and metro Atlanta uncontested divorces. Prior to my work in family law, I practiced tax law at Alston & Bird, one of Atlanta’s top firms, where I represented corporations and individuals in tax matters. I find this tax and business background helpful in representing our clients.Â For 2009 and 2011, I was thrilled when Super Lawyers designated me as a Rising Star among divorce and family law attorneys in Georgia.
I enjoy the practice of family law. I am happiest when I can find a creative solution for settlement that satisfies the needs and concerns of two opposing parties. I also enjoy writing briefs, memos, and some of our more substantive letters.
I prefer to divide my time between the opposite ends of the spectrum, with most of my clients going through an uncontested divorce, settlement negotiations, and collaborative practice, and the rest of my cases in litigation.
I always have a select group of of contested cases, both because I enjoy litigation and because I feel it is crucial to drafting the best settlement agreements. The small number of cases in litigation mean a comparatively higher level of attention. My cases in litigation have focused on custody and parenting time, particularly those involving mental health and substance abuse allegations. I have also litigated child support and parenting time deviations and for divorce litigation cases, I have litigated the division of marital estates and the distinction between marital and nonmarital property.
My experience litigating divorce, custody, and child support informs the terms of these settlement agreements. I am a fast drafter, and often draft agreements while I am meeting with clients. I am an advocate of the use of plain English in settlement agreements, and abhor legalese. When your case concludes, you and your former spouse will be left with the daily task of living by the agreement. Most often, neither of you will have an attorney at your kitchen table to help you sort through an agreement full of “heretofores”, “wherebys”, and compound modifiers.
I received my law degree from the University of Texas School of Law (J.D. 2001, with honors), and my undergraduate degree from Georgia Tech (B.S. 1997, with honors) (admitted to Georgia bar in 2001). I am a member of the Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law American Inn of Court, the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and the Atlanta Family Law section.
I reside in intown Atlanta with my husband and our two children, where I serve as troop leader for my child’s scouting troop.
Annie Jordan joined Senterfitt and Knight after graduating from Georgia State University School of Law in 2013. Annie first developed her passion for family law from her mother, who is a family law specialist in Southern California.
While in law school, Annie focused on family law, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. In addition, she interned in the Fulton County Family Division for the Honorable Judge Wendy Shoob. There she gained comprehensive training in family law litigation, as well as considerable insight into how family law cases are viewed from a Judge’s perspective. By the same token, she gained practical experience in handling complex financial disputes while working at the Philip C. Cook Tax Clinic where she served low income taxpayers. She also received a CALI Award for Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Since being admitted to the Georgia Bar, Annie has been active in the legal community. She serves the on the Family Law committee for the Young Lawyers Division of the Georgia Bar, and is active in the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers.
In addition to her work at Senterfitt & Knight, Annie does pro bono work through the Safe Families Office of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation and the DeKalb Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. She also serves as a Guardian ad Litem in the Dekalb juvenile court.
Aaron Marks, founder of the Marks Law Group, is a personal injury attorney specializing in representing those who have been injured and killed through the negligent operation of non-emergency medical transportation. Non-Emergency Medical Transport is any transportation to and from medical treatment by a third party. Many people take non-emergency medical transportation to dialysis, to their doctor, and to and from a group home. These vans are so prevalent you’ve probably passed one going to work today.
Aaron Marks has handled catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases throughout Metro Atlanta against:
- National Retailers
- Police Departments
- Nursing Homes
- Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Companies
- Insurance Companies
Cases and Claims:
- $240,000 for disputed negligence against non-emergency medical transportation company
- $600,000 for disputed slip and fall against national retailer
- $200,000 for automobile accident resulting in crushed heal
- $175,000 for family in disputed auto accident
- $150,000 for man assaulted by employee at national retailer
- $300,000 for disputed car accident resulting in cervical fusion
Organizations and Associations:
- State Bar of Georgia
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- DeKalb Bar Association
- Atlanta Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Georgia Biking Accidents 101: Why Biking Accidents are Different
- Five Things to Know if You Are Injured at Wal-Mart
- Georgia Trucking Accidents 101: Why Trucking Accidents are Different
- Georgia Drunk Driving Accidents 101: Why Drunk Driving Accidents are Different
- Who Is Driving the Van? A Look at Non-Emergency Medical Transport Accidents
Since graduating from Georgia State University College of Law Aaron has pursued his interest in public service by serving on the Oakhurst Community Garden’s Board of Directors, College Heights Learning Center’s Nutrition Committee and becoming an active member of the City of Decatur. Aaron is not just another lawyer – he’s a passionate advocate for his client. Aaron routinely visits clients at home and at the hospital, negotiates with doctors, treatment centers and insurance companies, and makes sure the client is at the center of every decision. Aaron became an attorney because he wanted to help people. In his law practice Aaron helps injured people become whole again and regain their previous lives.
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