SAM D. PRICE
In the course of his practice, Sam Price has handled thousands of commercial and residential real estate transactions. His practice focuses on transactions between parties, primarily the law of contracts, where the parties voluntarily define and establish their own laws, rules and regulations governing the actions and duties of one party to the other. During his career, Sam has served as counsel for seller, buyer, lender, borrower, government regulator, and the individual or corporate citizen subjected to government regulation. He has served as counsel for various authorities and presently serves as city attorney for the City of Bremen as well as representing the Carroll County Water Authority. He is experienced and knowledgeable about all aspects of business to include the formation of the business entity; the transfer and conveyance of assets and the finance of the same; property development and the regulations governing said development to include: zoning, development, and commercial or residential subdivision of property. He holds an A-V rating through Martindale-Hubbell.
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T. CHRISTOPHER PYLES, of council
Chris Pyles spent close to forty years serving West Georgia. Having handled more than ten thousand real estate transaction over the course of his career, he is well versed in all types of real estate and probate matters; including real estate closings, title issues, boundary line disputes, survey questions, and estate issues.
CHRISTOPHER J. TEASLEY
Chris Teasley came to Price & Pyles after years as a solo practitioner in the West Georgia Area. He received his B.A. from Valdosta State College in 1979, and his J.D. from Mercer University Law School in 1982. His areas of practice include real estate law, probate and estates, corporate law, and landlord/tenant law
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