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Dallas, Georgia Family Law Attorney

As you proceed through the divorce process you will be best served by a Dallas, GA divorce attorney from Howard Law Group. With many years of experience in the field, you can rest assured that when you contact an associate from the firm you will be represented by a legal professional who has successfully handled a number of cases, some of which could be quite similar to yours. Here, experience matters, and you will be provided with nothing less than the very best legal representation available to you, for responsive representation is the premier focus of associates at the firm. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week will be here for you – we even offer emergency appointments for individuals who require immediate attention. Therefore, we encourage you to contact our firm today for the legal attention you both need and deserve.

Main Office:

113 Village Walk
Dallas, GA 30132

Phone:

(678) 922-9743

Douglasville:

6560 East Church Street
Suite B
Douglasville, GA 30134

Carrollton:

150 Bankhead Highway
Carrollton, GA 30117

Howard Law Group - Dallas Divorce Lawyer
Located at 113 Village Walk Dallas, GA 30132. View Map
Phone: (678) 922-9743 | Local Phone: (678) 310-3476.
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Other Locations:
Douglasville:
6560 E. Church Street Suite B
Douglasville, GA 30134
Atlanta:
1708 Peachtree Street, Suite 115
Atlanta, Georgia 30308



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