McCallar Law Firm has been providing general civil trial services in both State and Federal jurisdictions since 1976.  McCallar Law Firm also practices in the areas of real estate law; probate law; negligence law; corporate reorganizations; corporation formations; general corporate litigation; civil litigation; bankruptcy law, representing debtors and creditors in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12 and Chapter 13, and insurance law.


"Our Mission is to provide our clients with the finest legal services through aggressive representation and our thorough understanding of procedural and substantive law."

When our clients succeed, we succeed. We strive to make lasting relationships with our clients, and do so by being guided by the following principles:

  • Our clients deserve our personal and timely attention.
  • Our work must be thorough and effective.
  • We are advocates for our clients.
  • We are counselors as well as advocates.
  • Our clients are entitled to professionalism.
  • Our legal services are affordable.
  • Our clients’ interests come first.


C. James McCallar, Jr. announces his availability as a registered arbitrator in private arbitration matters as well as court-connected arbitration programs.

He has been practicing law for over 30 years in state and federal courts with emphasis on commercial bankruptcy, reorganizations and general civil trial litigation as well as real property, tort, general commercial, partnership/corporate disputes and transactional matters.

He also provides private mediation services.

We are a debt relief agency.
We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code.

115  West Oglethorpe Avenue
P.O. Box 9026
Savannah, Georgia 31412

Phone: 912-234-1215
Fax: 912-236-7549

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Practice Areas   :   Bankruptcy Law   |   Corporate Law   |   Civil Litigation   |   Arbitration
Our Attorneys   :   C. James McCallar, Jr.  |  Tiffany E. Caron
The Coastal Bankruptcy Law Institute


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