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Augusta Corporate & Business Law Lawyer
Russell V. Mobley began his career as a Certified Public Accountant before bringing his extensive accounting and tax knowledge to the firm in 1996. His past experience and detailed work ethic allowed Mr. Mobley to quickly become an integral part of the firm's taxation and estate planning team. In 1999 Mr. Mobley became a partner within the Taxation Group.
About Russell V. Mobley
Current Employment Position(s)
- Corporate & Business Law
- Estate Planning & Probate
- Tax & Personal Asset Protection
- Georgia, 1991
Specialties and Certifications
- Certified Public Accountant, 1988
- Augusta Bar Association
- Georgia Society of CPAs; Augusta Chapter
- President of Augusta Estate Planning Council
- Georgia Society of CPA's
Pro Bono Activities
- Georgia Society of CPAs, Augusta Chapter
- Church of Good Shepherd, Member
- University of Florida College of Law, Gainesville, Florida, 1992
- Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991
- Augusta College, 1986
One 10th StreetSuite 700 Augusta, GA 30901
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