Zainab Major Brown

Zainab Major Brown

Major Brown Law,LLC
  • Real Estate Law, Probate, Estate Planning ...
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As a lawyer and licensed real estate pro Zainab M Brown knows the industry from both ends.

Major Brown Law is a Georgia law firm that closes real estate property transactions.

Zainab Brown is a member of the Georgia Bar Association, American Bar Association, Georgia Association of Black Woman Attorneys, and Georgia Association of Woman Lawyers. She is an accredited Veterans Claims Attorney, JD Juris Doctor, MS Cybersecurity, Certified Ethical Hacker, BA Criminology, PMI certified Project Manager, Georgia Neutral/Mediator, Information Technology Professional, Georgia real estate salesperson, and a retired U.S. Navy Legalman Chief Petty Officer.

Practice Areas
    Real Estate Law
    Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Homeowners Association, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate
    Probate Administration, Probate Litigation, Will Contests
    Estate Planning
    Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
    Military Law
    Veteran's Benefits
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    Contingent fee arrangement available for cases involving personal Injury, wrongful death, workers compensation, and Social Security disability
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
11th Circuit
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Professional Experience
Major Brown Law,LLC
- Current
Providing legal services in Georgia. Case types: Workers Comp, probate, estate planning, personal injury, civil rights and family.
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
J.D. (2013) | Law
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Georgia  # 272773
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Project Management Professional
Project Management Institute
Information Security
Websites & Blogs
Major Brown Law, LLC
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Legal Answers
9 Questions Answered
Q. Ive already probated a will and the judge has signed what papers do i need to take to the courts to have the deed changd
A: The answer to this question will depend on what is stated in the Probate Court Order and also the powers stated in the will. You may be required to take additional steps before transferring the title to real estate. If so, missing these steps would affect the title. Consult an attorney who practices probate law and real estate law for a consultation.
Q. What is the Georgia state law or Fulton county law that states or implies that a driver is at fault for a lane merge.
A: Georgia has a statute in place that specifically addresses changing lanes, signaling turns, and turning movements. Georgia Code Section 40-6-123(b) states that, when changing lanes, a driver must give a continuous signal of intention to sufficiently alert other drivers. Failing to use a turn signal when trying to merge to the left or right constitutes a breach of this statute, and could be grounds for the driver to receive a traffic violation citation. If a driver causes an accident from failure to signal his/her intent to merge, that driver could be liable for damages. Other actions that could constitute an improper lane change include: Failing to check mirrors for other vehicles Failing to look in known blind spots Merging when there isn’t enough space Swooping in front of a vehicle and hitting the brakes Driving on the line between lanes for an extended period Ignoring traffic or weather conditions while changing lanes Changing lanes in a Do Not Pass area, on a hill or corner Speeding while making a lane change Any of these unsafe practices could cause a collision between two or more vehicles in Atlanta. Merging or changing lanes incorrectly can make it impossible for other vehicles to maneuver out of the way in time to prevent a collision. Checking if the coast is clear, signaling intent to switch lanes, and merging slowly can give other drivers plenty of warning in advance. Improper lane changes can cause side-swipe accidents, rear-end collisions, and lane departure accidents. Call the other driver’s insurance company as soon as you can to report the crash. Explain that the driver made an improper lane change, and for this resson you are seeking benefits for your damages. The insurance company will investigate the accident and either accept or deny your claim. If you get a claim denial, or the company won’t offer what you think your case is worth, you may be better off filing a personal injury lawsuit in the Atlanta civil court. Talk to an Atlanta personal injury attorneys for more recovery information.
Q. how do Iegally protect my property and my finances from my daughter and her husband and make my brother my heir
A: I send you my condolences for the passing of your loved-one. For the best answers to your questions you should use the Justia “find a lawyer” tool. Contact an estate planning attorney for a consult. This way you will have the opportunity to discuss all of your concerns and plan your estate for the outcome you want. In Georgia you can appoint a healthcare agent using an Advance Healthcare Directive. Wills and trusts are also tools that can be used in the estate plan your lawyer will help you create. In addition, it is important that each of these documents are properly filed and stowed away for safekeeping. Request a consult with a probate lawyer to discuss the details of a case against you for competency. However, you should know that the court will appoint a professional evaluator and an attorney to represent you in such cases.
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Major Brown Law, LLC
3330 Cumberland Blvd., Ste 500
Atlanta, GA 30339
Telephone: (678) 761-0154
Fax: (678) 324-8549
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours (Today)
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours
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