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Published by: Leigh Spooner • On: 02-21-2018 • Under: General
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It is with great honor that we announce senior attorney Scott K. Spooner, founder of Spooner & Associates, PC, has been selected for inclusion in the 2018 Georgia Super Lawyers list in the area of family law. The Georgia Super Lawyer recognition is exclusive; the list acknowledges no more than five percent of attorneys in the state.

Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a research-driven, peer influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys are selected from more than 70 practice areas and all firm sizes.

The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process that includes:

  • Peer nominations
  • Independent research by Super Lawyers
  • Evaluations from a highly credentialed panel of attorneys

For twenty years, Scott K. Spooner has helped people avoid costly missteps when resolving legal disputes. His team of attorneys and staff provides personal attention, efficient problem resolution, resourceful negotiation, and skilled litigation to clients in metro Atlanta and Northeast Georgia. Contact Scott to learn how he and his team can start solving your legal problems today.

Leigh Spooner Leigh Spooner

Leigh A. Spooner is a project manager at Spooner & Associates, P.C. She provides the attorneys and staff with operational and marketing support. A mechanical engineering graduate of Georgia Tech, Leigh has long since traded in her steel-toed boots for more sensible shoes. She and Scott have been married for over twenty years and reside in Gwinnett County with their two teenage children.



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