Attorney Daniel DeWoskin takes a special interest in defending consumers in debt collection lawsuits and has defended hundreds of consumers in Magistrate, State, and Superior courts throughout Georgia. He also represents consumers who have experienced harassment or abusive treatment by debt collectors in violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
Dan continues to take on certain criminal defense cases as well as representing those persons who are seriously injured or killed due to the wrongful actions of others. As graduate of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College in 2008, Dan is closely involved with a network of other trial lawyers and specialists whose talents he readily engages for the benefit of his clients.
Alex joined the DeWoskin Law Firm in 2015 after four years prosecuting felony cases on behalf of the DeKalb County District Attorney’s Office. As a trial attorney in the D.A.’s Office, Alex prosecuted hundreds of cases. Prior to working in the D.A.’s Office, Alex worked as an associate attorney at the private law firm Jones & Walden, where he focused his practice on bankruptcy and debtor-creditor litigation. Alex received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama and his juris doctorate from the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Jill has been a paralegal with DeWoskin Law Firm since 2011. She is starting law school in 2015 and working toward her goal of becoming a practicing attorney. She realized her passion for law through a personal experience in which she successfully represented herself in a lawsuit. Jill volunteers as an assistant to the attorneys with the Debt Collection Education Clinic in Decatur, GA and is an active participant in the paralegal division of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. She has a background in computer sciences and enjoys designing websites in her free time.
Michelle joined the DeWoskin Law Firm in 2015. She has over 25 years of experience as a legal assistant with law firms in the Metro Atlanta area, in areas including general practice, creditor collection work, and creditor bankruptcy. Additionally, she worked for six months at a local school, at which she previously volunteered in the school’s library, utilizing her knowledge of conversational American Sign Language. Michelle also volunteers as an assistant with the Debt Education Clinic in Decatur, Georgia.