Designed to Serve our Clients

After more than 15 years as an attorney in Atlanta, I am thrilled to introduce Kealy Law, LLC, providing high quality legal services to individuals and small businesses in the following areas:

  • In-house legal services
  • Civil litigation
  • Collections & bankruptcy claims
  • Landlord-tenant & dispossessory actions
  • Employment law
  • Boundary disputes
  • Name changes

We focus on problem-solving with our clients and helping individuals and small businesses avoid the cost and disruption of litigation. Our fee structure is competitive, and affords our clients the ability to budget and plan for their legal needs while providing a high level of service.

Kealy Law, LLC is designed with you, the client, in mind. Our goal is to be responsive to your needs and interests.

Please call us to learn more about how we can help you.

Thank you,

Victoria Kealy

Has the garnishment ruling affected your collections?

On September 8, 2015, Judge Shoob of the Northern District of Georgia ruled that certain areas of Georgia’s garnishment laws were unconstitutional because they provided inadequate due process to debtors with respect to funds exempt from garnishment.  Only garnishments of bank accounts are affected, not continuing wage garnishments.  Although the ruling was directed to the … Continue reading

Exciting Week for Kealy Law, LLC

As Kealy Law, LLC turns one, I have also been sworn in to the Board of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers as the Chair of Programs.  I am very excited about this opportunity to serve with other women I respect.  This comes as my 2015 GAWL Leadership Class classmates and I wrap up the classroom component … Continue reading

Kealy Law, LLC is 1!

A year ago, I opened the doors at Kealy Law, LLC.  I have been proudly small businesses and individuals solve a variety of problems, and I look forward to learning how I can help you, too!

November 13, 2014 is Georgia Gives Day

Hi, friends! As many of you may know, November 13, 2014 is Georgia Gives Day. I’d like to ask you all to consider a donation to Atlanta Women for Equality. I sit on the board of this important start-up non-profit, which represents indigent women who have been sexually harassed and discriminated against in the workplace or … Continue reading

When in doubt, call your attorney

As part of their Evil Week, Lifehacker posted What Are Some Things That Are Legal, But People Think Are Illegal? For example, the First Amendment protects your freedom of speech with respect to the government.  And did you know that you can remove the tag on your mattress?  There are many more acts or omissions … Continue reading

The EEOC Releases Guidance on Pregnant Employees

The EEOC released guidance for employers with pregnant employees today, July 14, 2014.  The information outlines protections for in place prohibiting discrimination against pregnant employees, such as the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA), Americans with Disability Act (ADA), and other federal and state laws. Have questions about pregnancy and discrimination?  Please call 404-500-9209.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 at 50

On the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Representative John Lewis (D-Ga) shared his thoughts on Facebook: If the Civil Right Act was before the Congress today, it would not pass, it would probably never make it to the floor for a vote.  this Congress is too afraid to tackle the big … Continue reading