Brad Hutchins represents clients with tax liens and tax deeds. With two decades of experience working with clients involved in the purchase of property tax liens and tax foreclosure deeds, Brad has handled hundreds of quiet title actions in the superior courts across the state. He has also handled hundreds of successful suits in property tax-related cases, including more than 20 published appellate cases and serves as General Counsel to the Georgia Association of Tax Officials (GATO) .
He also works with developers, builders and investors in litigation, land-use and zoning, and other real estate issues including contract and lease negotiations and transactional matters. He began his legal career in courthouse record rooms learning to run title so he could understand real estate law from A to Z. This provided a solid foundation for handling real estate matters including residential and commercial closings and transactions. Almost 20 years later, he now handles all legal aspects of real estate litigation from cases involving land-use and building permits to sophisticated commercial and financial services and construction related issues.
Brad is also a registered lobbyist with the State of Georgia and routinely assists clients with their local and State legislative efforts.