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The attorney or law firm you choose can affect the amount of time you spend in court, your experience in handling your legal issue, and even the outcome of your case. It is our objective for each case to be resolved quickly and effectively. We know that there are many ways to accomplish this, and we make every attempt to lead our clients through the process as easily and resourcefully as possible.
At Spooner and Associates, P.C., we put our clients first. Our objective is to efficiently resolve each case with our client’s interests at the forefront of every decision. Based in Suwanee, GA we are a firm of skilled litigators who are aggressive in the courtroom. However, when it is in our client’s best interests, we can handle cases through negotiation or methods of alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation.
Our experienced Gwinnett County attorneys help people in North Metro Atlanta solve their legal problems. In all of our cases we determinedly represent our clients to get them results. Whether we are helping a victim of a severe car accident to recover medical costs, or resolving a custody issue or marital property issue related to a divorce, our lawyers are dedicated to the needs of each client.
If you are seeking representation, please contact us at 678.714.1131 for an initial consultation or case evaluation.
It is difficult these days to find not only a good attorney but also one that actually cares. Mr. Spooner was always well prepared and knowledgeable about my case and fought vigilantly to protect my rights. His staff was courteous and never made me feel like a bother when I called. I have and will continue to recommend this firm to anyone who is looking for an incredible trustworthy attorney!
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