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Brandon K. Honsalek

Managing Attorney

Brandon strives to be a great listener, counselor, and advocate, in that order. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Georgia State University, magna cum laude, and then went on to graduate in the top half of his class at the University of Georgia School of Law.

Prior to graduation from law school Brandon excelled in his externship which landed him a job as an Assistant District Attorney for the Alcovy Judicial Circuit. While at the DA’s office, Brandon grew comfortable in the courtroom, successfully obtaining winning jury verdicts in all but his very first trial.

After departing the DA’s office, Brandon spent several years at an innovative non-profit that develops technology to help people find freedom in Jesus Christ. In addition to oversight of the legal department, he oversaw the organization’s operations and managed over 20 employees. Brandon now leverages this solid foundation in law, business, and technology to help regular people gain financial freedom from crippling debt and unscrupulous creditors

His diverse past experience helps him to see the big picture and find out-of-the-box solutions that others might miss. His passion is to help YOU find freedom so you can have a fresh start on your financial life.

Brandon lives in Gwinnett County with his wonderful wife and 4 amazing children, and is an active member of his church, Refuge City in Stone Mountain. In his spare time, he enjoys staying active with his wife and kids in the great outdoors.

Bankruptcy Solutions

There are many situations in life that may land you in what seems like an impossible financial situation. Filing for bankruptcy can give you a “fresh start” and hope for your financial future. Here at Honsalek Law, we know what you’re going through is real and extremely stressful, and we want to help.

Debtor Harassment

In addition to bankruptcy, we also handle Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) cases. The FDCPA is a federal law that keeps debt collectors honest. We use it to make sure you are treated fairly when someone tries to collect a debt from you.

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