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Charles Alfred Mobley, LLC

      Charles Mobley was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in 1968 and is in his 45th year of service to the citizens of our State and his profession. A native of Virginia and 50 plus year resident of Georgia, Mr. Mobley has two academic degrees from Mercer University and its Walter F. Georgia law school; a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and History and a Juris Doctor Degree in Law. He was awarded an LLM Degree in Taxation from Emory University in 1975.

      He is admitted to practice before all state and federal Courts in the State of Georgia, the Fifth and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals, the United States Tax Court and the Supreme Court of the United States of America.

      For over twenty years, he was a trial attorney, engaged in the general practice of law, representing individuals and small business owners in such diverse fields as personal injury, taxation, bankruptcy, workers compensation, family law and probate work. Mr. Mobley is an Eagle Scout and a former Rotarian. The creeds of these two organizations help to shape his life’s philosophy always be prepared and always put service above self.

      Mr. Mobley served for six years in the United States Army Reserve and was on active duty during the Vietnam Conflict. The Army awarded him the National Defense Medal & the Good Conduct Metal. He was honorably discharged in 1974.

      He served on many state and local Boards of Directors; The State Democratic Executive Committee, serving six of Georgia’s governors, Georgia Legal Services, Inc. and The State Bar of Georgia, fee arbitration and local bar committees. He is a founding Director of the Macon Heritage Foundation, the In town Neighborhood Assn., the Bibb County Senior Citizens and the Friendship Force of Macon.

      Governor Zell Miller, in 1991, appointed him to the State Board of Worker’s Compensation, trial division, where he served as an Administrative Law Judge for eight years; and presided over 1,000 trials. He lived in Atlanta and Marietta from 1991 until 2006 and served as president of two neighborhood associations. After leaving the bench, Mr. Mobley was Of Counsel with the firm of Arrington & Hollowell where he was engaged as a litigator representing employers is worker compensation disputes. His representative clients included Bell South, Home Depot, AIG and Emory University.

      Mr. Mobley moved to Clayton, Georgia in 2006. He, is an Of Counsel member of Stow, Garvin & Glenn, Attorneys, Gainsville, Georgia, where he principally represents injured workers in Georgia, before the State Board of Workers’ Compensation. He is an active member of his Church, the Clayton First United Methodist Church. He has served on the local Boards of FAITH (fight abuse in the home), Boggs Mountain Humane Society, Rabun Music Festival and a former member of the Rotary Club of Clayton, where he served as President.

      Mr. Mobley is a great grandfather with both of his adult children living in Georgia. He loves his mountain home, enjoys home projects, yard work, reading, travel and the civic affairs of his community.

Mediation

      Mr Mobley is a certified mediator who specializes in the resolution of disputes and litigation associated with workers’ compensation, personal injury claims, insurance disputes, product liability claims and wrongful death actions. A multiple issue case may involve a workers’ compensation case with a third party, a product liability claim, and a legal or medical malpractice issue. He is a neutral and unbiased legal professional, with no stake in the outcome of the mediation process other than a fair and reasonable settlement for all the parties.

Mediation Objectives

      Mediation is solution-oriented. The object is to return individuals to a fuller measure of control over their lives by reaching the best economic resolution possible for all parties. As a mediator Mr. Mobley can assist adverse parties to create an amicable resolution to their dispute, whether the case has been ongoing for years or is in its initial stages.

      Choosing the right mediator can make all the difference. Our skilled mediators have represented numerous litigants in civil cases and giving you the benefit of their many years of legal experience.

TEL. 706.782.1901 ~ CEL. 404.936.7811 ~ FAX. 855. 299. 0721
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