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Alfred Law Firm, LLC

Divorce & Family Law, Child Custody, Paternity, DUI-DWI, Misdemeanor

  • Fax: 404-909-8498
  • Firm Year: 2010
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday 9 am to 5 pm; evenings and weekends - by appointment only

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We are a Family Law and Criminal Law Firm located in Marietta and serving Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, Bartow, Fulton, DeKalb, Douglas, Clayton, Newton, Floyd, and Polk County.

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"Attorney Alfred helped me to maintain primary custody of my daughter in a TPO hearing. She is incredibly understanding and knowledgeable. She will fight in your best interest. I felt at ease with her as my attorney"

  9 months ago     Sharon Whitehead


"We contacted Attorney Alfred regarding a TPO. She did everything she said she was going to do. She answered all my questions and got the case dismissed. I would highly recommend her to anyone."

  7 months ago     Marilyn Velez


"Attorney Alfred is excellent attorney for your family law needs. I have known her for many years and she is compassionate and truly fights for her clients. If you have issues of child support, custody, or divorce please give her a call."

  1 year ago     Nicole Carson


"I contacted this attorney and the first thing I noticed is that she didn't seem to busy to speak with me. Even though I was initially contacting her for a friend that is going thru a divorce. I am big on customer service and when I tell you she treated me like I was the client that was paying for the services, that stood out to me. She asked questions that I didn't even think to ask or even had a clue to think about. My friend was extremely nervous on contacting a lawyer for this process, but Ms. Janice made it such a pleasant experience for such a devastating task. I would definitely recommend her to any of my friends and family that may have life happen to them and need someone they could trust to handle the small details. Way to go Alfred Law Firm. I hope I don't ever need your services, but if I do you would definitely be the Firm I would call. Thanks, Jennifer H From Austell, Ga."

5 star yelp rating   0000-00-00 00:00:00     Jennifer J.


Alfred Law Firm, LLC
2440 Sandy Plains Road
Marietta, GA 30066
34.0095244,-84.4958522

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2440 Sandy Plains Road
Marietta, GA 30066


Other Locations:
  • 5555 Glenridge Connector
    Suite 200
    Atlanta, Georgia 30342

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