In re Estate of Ervin Lamar Mercer, Superior Court of Gordon County (2011), where John successfully negotiated a favorable settlement for a daughter who had been disinherited from her father.
Enoch Overby, as Administrator with will annexed of Everette L. DeFoor v. Joel DuPree, Superior Court of Gordon County, Civil Action Number 09-CV-53610 (2010), where John successfully represented a debtor to set aside a deficiency judgment arising out of a non-judicial foreclosure.
Patsy Sue Allen v. Donald Daniel, et al., Superior Court of Gordon County, Civil Action Number10-CV-57553 (2010), where John successfully represented a disabled person to recover a 50 acre farm and money damages arising out of fraud, undue influence, intentional interference with inheritance and breach of fiduciary duty.
In re Estate of David Bocker, Superior Court of Bartow County, Civil Action File No. 10-CV-3661 (2010), where John successfully represented a beneficiary who brought suit against the personal representative of the estate for breach of fiduciary duty where the Court awarded damages, both compensatory and punitive, and attorney fees to John’s client.
Bradley and Bandy Neighborhood Pharmacy, LLC v. Ford, et al., Superior Court of Bartow County, Civil Action Number 10-CV-3328 (2010), where John successfully defended a pharmacist in a non-compete contract suit where a successful settlement was reached, allowing the pharmacist to compete with her former pharmacy.
Elrod v. Cowart, et al., 284 Ga. 869 (2009), where John successfully represented an adopted beneficiary before the Supreme Court in a will construction suit where John was able to recover for his client an undivided interest in a 320+ acre farm in North Georgia.
Friedman v. Regions Bank, 288 Ga.App. 57 (2007), where John successfully represented Regions Bank and obtained a confirmation of a non-judicial foreclosure, in which the Court of Appeals held that the only issues for the trial court on an application for confirmation of a non-judicial foreclosure is to pass upon the notice, advertisement and regularity of the sale and to re-insure that the property was sold for a fair value.
Attorney John T. Mroczko appeared on the Today Show on NBC regarding the case involving former Bartow County School Board Member Angie Cornett. The appearance can be seen by clicking on the following link:
Georgia Super Lawyers recently selected John T. Mroczko of Cartersville, Georgia as a 2013 Rising Star. Rising Stars are 40 years of age or younger or have been in practice for 10 years or less. Last year Mroczko was named a 2012 Rising Star by Georgia Super Lawyers. The elite list of Georgia Rising Stars, which represents more than 70 practice areas, will be published in the March 2013 issue of Atlanta magazine and in a special issue of Georgia Super Lawyers: Rising Stars, which is mailed to every attorney in the state.
John T. Mroczko has an extremely successful trust and estate litigation practice. Mroczko has successfully litigated numerous trust and estate cases throughout Georgia and has developed a strong reputation of excellence in prosecuting and defending cases involving breach of fiduciary duty, construction of wills and trusts, year’s support claims, and disputes between shareholders of closely-held corporations.
Mroczko also represents parties in complex business lawsuits by bringing creative and imaginative strategies to the cases he handles. He also serves as the County Administrator of Bartow County, Georgia and Gordon County, Georgia.
Mroczko is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell which is the highest rating available for legal ability and general ethics. The AV® Preeminent™ rating is an acknowledgment of Mroczko’s accomplishments and skills as an attorney, and places him among the elite practitioners in the country.
Mroczko serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Etowah Scholarship Foundation, Inc. and serves on the Advisory Council at Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg, Florida and on the Board of Directors of the Civil Justice PAC, Inc. of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. In addition, Mroczko is actively involved in several community organizations: his local church, The Church at Liberty Square; the Rotary Club of Etowah; the Cartersville-Bartow County Bar Association; the State Bar of Georgia; the Fiduciary Section of the State Bar of Georgia; the Real Property and Probate Section of the American Bar Association; the Taxation Section of the American Bar Association; the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association; and a number of other local organizations. Mroczko is married to Jill Mroczko and is the proud father of John (“Jack”) T. Mroczko, Jr.
Every year, Rising Stars honors the top young lawyers in Georgia as chosen by Georgia Super Lawyers and through the independent research of Thomson Reuters.