For over twelve years, our team has served over a thousand clients with legal matters occurring all over the State of Georgia. We have served clients who live in Georgia, clients who live in other states, and clients who live in other countries having legal matters to resolve in Georgia.
Throughout our more than 10 years in business, we have helped thousands of individuals settle their cases. At the heart of our attorneys’ success is Smith & Little, P.C.’s collaborative ethos. We offer direct access to our McDonough attorneys, which means clients can trust that we will hear their concerns and work to develop a strategy that we believe will achieve the best outcome for their cases.
Ensuring that we work with clients to provide solutions to their unique legal problems is especially important for us because our attorneys offer a wide range of legal services. We might provide valuable legal counsel to a family seeking a divorce settlement one day, then offer fierce advocacy for an individual facing misdemeanor charges the next. No matter the situation, trust that our McDonough attorneys will work hard to tailor legal support to your specific needs.
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At Smith & Little, P.C., we have served numerous families working through divorce, in addition to cases involving child support and custody, alimony, and division of debts and property that often accompany it. Because of our experience with these issues, we know how difficult the legal processes can be and how important it is for families to have caring legal counsel while they seek fair resolutions. Trusting our family law attorneys with your case means you will have an office of lawyers who see themselves as a family, too. Check out our family law page to learn how our family can help yours.
Ensuring your business is compliant with the law is complicated and essential for your company to thrive. Let our skilled business law attorneys ease the stresses of untangling your legal concerns. At our McDonough office, you will find the valuable counsel and proactive direction you need. Visit our business law page to learn more about what we can offer.
Our McDonough attorneys can help you take the necessary steps to avoid probate or offer assistance as you navigate a fair probate. To learn more about the specifics of this complicated area of law and how we can guide you through the often tense issues that accompany it, check out our dedicated probate law page.
The situations in which individuals, businesses, or organizations might seek or face civil litigation are varied. To make matters more complicated, civil suits often involve a complex web of laws that might deal with one or more specific areas of law. Fortunately for our clients, our attorneys possess experience in diverse areas of law that can make our firm the smart choice for your civil case. Click here to read more about the cases we serve and how our experience with multiple areas of the law could help you.
Misdemeanor Criminal Defense
While other lawyers might apply a one-size-fits-all approach to their defense, we work with our clients to develop a strategy that can suit their needs and goals. Misdemeanor charges can be life changing, which is why is why our collaborative approach to defense cases can be invaluable for clients. To find out more about how we approach misdemeanor criminal defense and what misdemeanor charges in Georgia entail, visit our page we have devoted to it.
Let our McDonough attorneys make your case our cause! Call us today at (678) 272-8305 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.
Divorce and Family Law Adoption Dispute
Houston County contempt and adoption dispute, 2022: When a client’s ex-husband tried to have his ex-wife held in willful contempt of court for ...Read More
Business Litigation Business Litigation
Henry County State Court case: Where a business dispute arose between the owner of a truck and trailer and the wrecking company that towed the truck and ...Read More
Divorce and Family Law Contempt Action
Henry County contempt action, 2020: Nathaniel M. Smith’s client’s ex-husband petitioned the Court to find Nathaniel M. Smith’s client to be in contempt ...Read More
Criminal Defense Criminal Case
Henry County State Court case: Nathaniel M. Smith successfully presented the defendant’s case and argued for the defendant’s innocence to a jury, who ...Read More
Divorce and Family Law Custody Dispute
Henry County custody dispute, 2020: When a client’s ex-wife wanted to move with the client’s children to Florida, Nathaniel M. Smith argued in court ...Read More