April 7, 2020

About Us

Jonathan GinsbergI am an Atlanta native and graduate of Northside (now North Atlanta) High School.   Thereafter I attended Tulane University in New Orleans where I studied history and graduated cum laude with honors.

I remained at Tulane for law school where I studied the common law curriculum as I knew that I would end up back in Atlanta.   Law School is a very challenging academic environment where you do not learn how to be a lawyer – that comes after five to ten years of practice.  Law School is very effective in exposing you to a variety of practice areas, it teaches you how to use a law library and conduct legal research, and, if you are lucky how to “think like a lawyer.”

I returned to Atlanta after graduating law school in 1986 where I worked as an associate attorney for a firm called Repasky, Minin & Bates which was a high volume plaintiff’s injury firm.  After a year of that I formed a firm called Galler & Ginsberg where I taught myself personal bankruptcy law practice and law firm management.

Ten years later, in 1997, I formed Ginsberg Law Offices where I continue to practice to this day.  Over the years I have added a number of practice areas to my original bankruptcy law practice.  These include Social Security disability representation, tax problem resolution, student loan workouts and small business workouts.

Shortly after I started Ginsberg Law Offices, my wife Jodi, who is also an attorney, added her thriving workers’ compensation practice to the firm.  Just a few months ago, our daughter Jessie received her acceptance to Emory University law school and will be starting in the fall of 2014.

During the early 1990’s a new technology called “the Internet” took hold in the legal world and I have spent a lot of my time trying to harness its power.   Along the way I learned how to use the popular web site design software called WordPress and I sometimes sell my time as a Internet marketing consultant.

I hope that this web site serves to explain in everyday language a variety of topics having to do with tax problem resolution.  Obviously, the options available to you will depend on your particular issues but I do want you to take heart in knowing that options to exist.  With rare exception, taking some step to deal with your tax problems is better than doing nothing and waiting for the IRS or Georgia D.O.R. to come calling.

I hope that you find this site helpful and that you will feel comfortable calling me if you need straightforward advice.

Ginsberg Law Offices
Contact Ginsberg Law for advice regarding past due tax debt, payment options and penalty abatement.
1854 Independence Square, Suite #A
Phone: 770-393-4985


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Jonathan Ginsberg

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Attorney Jonathan Ginsberg helps taxpayers work out negotiated settlements of tax debt with the IRS and Georgia Department of Revenue.

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