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Elder Law Attorney disbarred

On May 14, 2024, the Georgia Supreme Court entered an Order in The Matter of James W. Davis, III, disbarring him from the practice of law. Mr. Davis, who was listed in as practicing elder law, estate planning, Wills and other areas, was accused of intercepting more than $3 million intended for his client when an insurance settlement was paid. The State Bar of Georgia filed a disciplinary complaint which was unanswered and went into default. By virtue of the default, all allegations in the complaint were deemed admitted.

Davis was accused of violating Rules 1.15 (I) and 1.15 (II), which provides that disbarment is generally appropriate when a lawyer knowingly converts client property and causes injury or potential injury to a client.

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