Providing Peace of Mind for Your Business and Estate Planning Needs for Over 43 Years.

How do you handle today’s complex legal issues efficiently at a reasonable price?
Our firm is the “One Solution” to this dilemma facing business owners every day.

James W. McKenzie

Meet Jim McKenzie

Jim has dedicated his career to caring for the Business and Estate Planning needs of closely-held and family businesses and professionals.

For business owners, we offer our own experience as a small business owner for over thirty-five years together with a long history of handling legal issues faced by business owners everyday.

Featured Practice Areas

Business Matters

This “Business Matters” focus area of our practice offers the legal services necessary to help you: start, buy, finance, grow, reorganize, or sell your business.

Wills & Estate Planning

In this day of “cookie cutter” wills and trusts offered by on-line services, McKenzie Law Associates, P.C. offers a distinctive alternative: Wills and Trusts prepared by qualified legal professionals at an affordable price.


The probate procedures in Georgia need not be an expensive, drawn-out process if Wills or Trust documents have been prepared by a qualified attorney.

We have been trusted by more than 500 clients.

For over forty-three years, we have provided a single source for all legal needs frequently encountered by closely-held businesses, family businesses, and professionals. Thereby avoiding the need to develop confidence and rapport with a variety of attorneys, whether in one firm or a series of firms.

Latest News

Your 2021 Business Checkup

Your 2021 Business Checkup

As we close the door on 2020 and look forward to 2021, I think most business owners that we work with seem to have an outlook of “cautious optimism.” Vaccinations for Covid Virus are beginning, but a delivery of the vaccine to the substantial part of the population of the

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Estate Planning Client

Reminder for Estate Planning Clients

Did you know…? It is critical that you keep your wills and other key estate planning documents up-to-date.   At MLAPC, we recommend that you have your wills reviewed every three to five years.  Choices for executors or trustees of your estate that made sense five or more years ago

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Exit Strategy

Do You Have A Business Exit Strategy?

When I ask business owners “Do you have a Business Exit Strategy?” the usual response is either, “I guess I’ll just sell the company someday” or “I’m looking for a successor” or more simply, “I’m working on it”.  All of these answers reflect a great reluctance on the part of

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