Terri Herron | Atlanta Divorce & Family Law Lawyer
The Law Office of Terri Herron is a Family law practice handling cases and services in the following areas: Child Custody, Contested and Uncontested Divorce, Child Support, Adoptions, Guardianships, Child Support Modification, Alimony, Contempts, Pre-nuptial agreements, Separation agreements, Grandparent's rights, Father's rights, Parent visitation rights, legitimation & more!
Ms. Herron uses her knowledge and experience to provide skilled services to clients throughout the State of Georgia including, but not limited to the following counties: Fulton, Dekalb, Gwinnett, Cherokee, Barrow, Forsyth, Cobb, Clayton, Fayette, Muscogee, Chatham and Crisp county.
Atlanta Bar Association
Dekalb Bar Association
American Bar Association
Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Serving the greater Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Marietta surrounding area.
Please call 404-550-8695 for a complimentary consultation.
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