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Haralson County, GA: Family Law Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms
From our law office in Douglasville, Georgia, the attorneys at Edwards ∙ McLeod & Money serve a diverse range of individual and commercial clients throughout Douglas County and the surrounding Atlanta metro area who have legal needs involving any of the following practice areas: Family law and divorce, including child custody and adoptions Criminal defense Juvenile court Probate and wills...
McMahan Perry & Phillips, LLC was formed in 2018 with the merger of David J. McMahan LLC and Kierston M. Phillips PC. We now have offices in Carrollton and Villa Rica. We are passionate about helping clients in any way we can. We believe in using the legal process to resolve conflict, not create it; and to safeguard quality of life for our clients inasmuch as possible. Our...
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