Jason E. Voyles
Jason Voyles joined the firm in 2003, following his graduation from the University of Georgia School of Law. While attending school he served as the Articles Editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and was awarded the American Bar Association’s award for excellence in intellectual property law. Since joining the firm, he has focused his practice on corporate and intellectual property law and estate planning and administration. In his corporate and intellectual property practice, Mr. Voyles works with clients to implement business plans and protection programs. In his estate practice, Mr. Voyles assists clients in navigating the probate process to ensure that assets are protected and that everything runs as smoothly as possible. Mr. Voyles also represents his corporate and estate clients in court when the need arises.
Mr. Voyles has received an AV rating from Martindale Hubble, which is the highest possible rating in legal ability and in ethical standards. Mr. Voyles was a member of the Gainesville Jaycees from 2003 – 2015. He served on the Board of Directors for the Gainesville Jaycees in 2005 and served as legal counsel to the Gainesville Jaycees from 2005-2015. He is also a member of Grace Episcopal Church where he served on the vestry from 2007 to 2010 and 2015-2018 and served as Senior Warden from 2016-2018. He serves currently as head verger, acolyte coordinator, a lector, and a licensed chalice bearer. He was appointed Chancellor of Grace Episcopal Church in 2018. From 2005-2013 he served Grace Church as an usher and he was a member of the Rector Search Committee in 2012-2013.
Mr. Voyles is a 2011 graduate of Leadership Hall County. As a former member of the University of Georgia Rugby Club, Mr. Voyles serves on the board of directors and on the legal committee for the non-profit Rugby Alumni Assocation of UGA, Inc. Mr. Voyles has served as a volunteer for Meals on Wheels since 2005 and a volunteer for Family Promise of Hall County since 2012. He also coaches youth baseball and serves as a pro bono attorney for the Hall County Probate Clinic. He is a member of the Orr Inn of Court. He is a Den Leader with Cub Scout Pack 16 and previously served as the Chairperson of the Planned Giving Committee for the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia.