As with every client, our attorneys take the time to learn about your unique situation and provide you with a thorough, personal consultation in a straightforward manner. The Hudson Law Firm attorneys and staff professionals build lasting client relationships because, along with professional advocacy, we deliver true client value.
The way that we work for our clients is a direct reflection on us as people outside of the work place. Our attorneys and staff professionals are long-standing, active members of the communities in which we live. We, and our families, are involved in and support numerous civic, charitable and religious organizations and have deep ties to the metropolitan Atlanta area.
The senior principal of The Hudson Law Firm is Harold A. Hudson. Harold leads the firm’s strategic planning practice and concentrates in the areas of real estate law, business law, tax law, asset protection and estate planning. Harold is a problem solver. He advises clients in the following areas: Business Planning; Entity Selection and Formation; Contract Drafting; Purchase and Sale of Businesses and Real Estate; Partnership, Operating and Shareholder Agreements; Estate Planning and Administrations; Tax Planning; Asset Protection; Tax Controversies; Estate Administration; Trusts; Landlord and Tenant Disputes; and Tax-Exempt Organizations.
Harold received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Georgia and his Juris Doctor from the University of Mississippi School of Law. In addition to a law degree, Harold completed a 4th year of law school to obtain the highly regarded Masters in Tax Law degree (LL.M. in Taxation) from New York University School of Law. As a tax professional, Mr. Hudson brings a unique skill set to the legal work he accomplishes for our clients. He has been helping clients plan for success and solve problems for over 27 years.
Mr. Hudson is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Tennessee and is admitted to practice in the United States Tax Court. Mr. Hudson is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, and the Real Property & Probate and Asset Protection Sections of the American Bar Association.