Langdale Vallotton has been nominated for Best Law Firm in Valdosta for the Best of Valdosta through the VDT.
For the last 45 years, our attorneys have worked to establish a reputation for providing clients with honest and effective legal representation. Perhaps most rewarding to us is the confidence that so many people and businesses place in our representation of their legal interests. We are honored to receive this nomination based on our client’s loyalty and trust in us!
Langdale Vallotton, LLP is delighted to announce that Amy Holbrook has been named a partner of the firm.
Amy is originally from Douglas, Georgia and attended Valdosta State University, where she received her undergraduate degree in Political Science. Amy attended law school at the University of Georgia, where she served as Notes Editor for the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. She was also a Dean’s Ambassador. After graduating from law school, Amy practiced in the areas of business and commercial litigation in Albany, Georgia for two years before relocating to Valdosta. Amy has practiced with Langdale Vallotton, LLP since her return to Valdosta.
Amy’s primary areas of practice include civil litigation, where she represents both individuals and businesses in litigation, as well as probate and estate litigation, and landlord and tenant disputes. She also represents clients in complex business transactions, estate planning, and real estate matters.
Amy has served as President of the Young Lawyers Division of the Dougherty Circuit Bar Association and has served as a Middle District Representative for the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia. Amy is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, serving previously as a Middle District Representative for the General Practice and Trial Section of the State Bar of Georgia. She is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and the Valdosta Bar Association, currently serving as Secretary of the Valdosta Bar Association. She is admitted to practice law in the Georgia Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Georgia. Amy is married to Claude, and they have two children, Asher and Briggs.
As the public threat posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has grown, Langdale Vallotton, LLP has been closely monitoring recommendations from the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, and other responsible agencies regarding workplace health and safety. Protecting the health and safety of our colleagues, clients, and staff, as well as the community at large, is our first priority.
Currently, our firm remains open for business, but with a number of measures enacted to promote our goal of providing the safest environment possible. We have implemented a heightened level of hygiene within our office. We are limiting in-person business to the extent possible. When we do conduct business in person, we are seeking to physically distance ourselves from one another and from visitors to the fullest extent possible. We have instructed everyone at Langdale Vallotton, LLP to stay home (a) if that person or anyone in his or her household has exhibited symptoms consistent with a potential coronavirus infection or (b) if he or she has come into contact with a person that has or may have the coronavirus. We are also limiting the number of staff present onsite at a given time, with a number of our attorneys and staff working from home. If a client or any other person scheduled to visit our office has any concerns about the risk posed by conducting their business in person, please let us know. We will be glad to reschedule or, to the extent possible, to provide our services without the necessity of an in-person meeting.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and we will provide updates if there are any changes to our policies. If government guidance or directives necessitate the closing of our office, we intend to work remotely to the best of our ability to meet our clients’needs.
Thank you for your continued support of and confidence in our firm. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.
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Christina L. Folsom, known as “Tina,” was honored on March 9, 2019 at the Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism 20th Annual Awards ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia with the Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service. Since 1998 these awards have been presented to honor lawyers and judges in Georgia who have made a significant contribution to their communities and demonstrate the positive contributions of members of the Bar beyond their legal or official work.
Tina is very involved in her community. Currently, Tina is a member of the Board of Directors for the Turner Center for the Arts, serving as its secretary and co-chair for the Presenter Series, as well as Secretary for the Tennis Valdosta Board. Tina also helped form a local chapter of the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL).
She is described as having a heart for others which motivates her to seek ways in which she can serve those less fortunate. Tina has served as a dedicated volunteer for many organizations in Valdosta including as Past President of the Board of Directors for Lowndes Associated Ministry for People, Inc. (LAMP) – Valdosta’s homeless organization. In 2017, Tina participated in the Leadership Georgia Class. She is a graduate of the 2014 Leadership Academy of GAWL, an Associate member of the Valdosta Junior Service League, and was in the 2008 class of Leadership Lowndes. Tina has served in several leadership capacities on various boards in the community over the years. She is an active member of Park Avenue United Methodist Church, where she seldom misses an opportunity to volunteer for missions.
Tina received her Juris Doctor degree from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law. Tina practices with the law firm of Langdale Vallotton, LLP. Tina’s practice there includes representing creditors in bankruptcy, representing educators in disciplinary actions brought by the Professional Standards Commission and in employment actions brought by local school boards, representing employees and employers in worker’s compensation cases, general civil litigation, and probate law.
Langdale Vallotton is proud to welcome Courtney S. Bass as an associate with the firm. Her practice includes commercial real estate, residential real estate, secured lending, business and corporate law, estate planning, and probate. Courtney received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, where she was a member of the Order of Omega Honor Society and a recipient of the William I. Ray Jr. Journalism Scholarship. In 2015, she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in journalism and public relations. In 2018, she graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law. While in law school, Courtney participated in the Prosecutorial Justice Program and interned for the Honorable Michael P. Boggs on the Georgia Court of Appeals. Courtney is a Waycross, Georgia native and currently resides in Moultrie.