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Giles Cole


Attorney At Law

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Degree, University Name, 2035
Degree, University Name, 2035

State Bar No. 24122741



Allen P Boyarsky


Allen is The Aegedius Law Group’s, Chief Operating Officer. In this role, he manages the operational and administrative functions of the Firm. He works closely with firm leadership in developing and implementing process improvements, business and
strategic goals, and growth initiatives.


While Mr. Boyarsky no longer practices law, his
guidance and incite on many legal issues is invaluable.
Prior to joining The Aegedius Law Group, Allen spent eleven years in consulting handling numerous areas of corporate operations and business administration.


Allen’s experience includes more than 20 years in senior officer positions with publicly traded companies where he served in roles including President, and VicePresident, Secretary, and General Counsel.

University of Dayton School Of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 1982)
American University (B.S., magna cum laude, 1979)





Velloza & Associates, LLC

Kinda Velloza was born and raised in Guyana and migrated to the United States in
2009 and has since obtained both her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a
Master’s degree in Public Administration, cum laude, at the John Jay College of
Criminal Justice in New York City.


In 2014, she enrolled in the Charlotte School of Law, in Charlotte, North Carolina, and in 2017, she graduated with pro bono honors and was admitted to
the practice of law in the State of Georgia.


Her accomplishment into the American
Dream led her to the practice of federal immigration law, where she has since devoted her career to helping other immigrants like herself from Guyana and all parts of the globe to legally enter the US and to navigate the US immigration system.

In recognizing the numerous hardships her hundreds of clients would face in transitioning into the US, she decided to write her very first book “Ten Things
Immigrants Should Know Before Coming to America”, highlighting and educating expecting newcomers on the 10 most important and unfamiliar territories
99% of immigrants have trouble navigating and understanding, for example, the US.
Income Taxes, Credit scores, and the US credit system filing for US Citizenship and where to go and what is needed to obtain important documents like a driver' license, and social security numbers to name a few.


Aside from her professional accomplishments, she is now dedicated to helping those in need, she also funds an annual scholarship at her high school in Guyana
and spends most of her time mentoring young women interested in entering the practice of law.  

She now proudly calls Atlanta her home and when not litigating in court and closing real estate deals, she hits the tennis courts to spend quality time with her
teenage son, Kiand.


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