About Us


Jeffrey B. Kelly

I have been practicing consumer bankruptcy law since December 1998. The sole focus of my practice is consumer bankruptcy.In 1993, I graduated from Columbia University in New York City. While at Columbia, I was a member of the cross country and track teams. I graduated from Columbia with a Bachelors of Arts in political science. After graduation, I returned to Atlanta and worked as a case clerk for Alston & Bird for two years. In 1995, my beautiful wife and I moved to Knoxville so that I could attend the University of Tennessee College of Law where I received my Juris Doctorate.  After law school, we moved back to Georgia . I spent many years working for various high volume consumer bankruptcy firms. In May 2006, I decided to start my own firm.I try to stay active in the local community. I am currently the President of the Rome Georgia chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. My wife, four kids, and I currently are members of the First Presbyterian Church in Rome GA.


Thomas Williams

Thomas Williams is a 2001 graduate of the University of Tennessee where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Advertising. In 2005, he earned his Juris Doctorate from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Williams served as the law clerk to the Superior Court of Paulding County. He then practiced real estate law until joining the Law Office of Jeffrey B. Kelly P.C. in December 2007 where he now focuses exclusively on consumer bankruptcy.


Brian Deitz

Brian Deitz is a 2007 graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s degree in History.  In 2012 Brian earned his law degree from Emory Law School in Atlanta, Georgia.  While in law school, Brian concentrated on bankruptcy, interning for both an Atlanta bankruptcy judge and the United States Trustee’s office located in Atlanta.
Brian has dedicated all of his work to helping consumers, both before and after law school.  He worked defending consumers with the West Virginia Attorney General’s office, and was a paralegal with Jeff Kelly’s office prior to law school.  Brian continues to dedicate his practice to consumer bankruptcy working in both the Rome and Atlanta Divisions of the Northern District of Georgia.