G. Marshall Kent Jr.


T (404) 962-1036
F (404) 962-1271

Marshall Kent practices in the areas of creditor/debtor rights, commercial, construction and bankruptcy litigation, and general corporate law. Mr. Kent represents numerous individual and small business clients, as well as larger, well-established general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in a broad array of corporate, commercial and/or bankruptcy-related legal matters. He also regularly represents clients in litigation matters pending in state and federal courts, as well as alternative dispute resolution proceedings involving mediation and arbitration.

Mr. Kent has practiced law in the Atlanta metropolitan area since 1986, and is a member of the Atlanta and American Bar Associations, the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, as well as the State Bars of Georgia and Mississippi.

Mr. Kent received his undergraduate degree in economics from Franklin and Marshall College in 1979 and both a law degree and a masters of business administration degree from Emory University in 1983. Mr. Kent also received a masters degree in tax law from Emory in 1989. He is a past President of the Northside Atlanta Kiwanis Club.

Thought Leadership


  • Franklin and Marshall College, B.A., Economics, 1979
  • Emory University School of Law, J.D., 1983
  • Emory University, LL.M., Tax Law, 1989
  • Emory University, LL.M., Tax Law, 1983
  • Emory University, M.B.A, Business Administration, 1989
  • Emory University, M.B.A, Business Administration, 1983
  • Mississippi
  • Georgia
  • Atlanta Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Lawyers Club of Atlanta

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