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Brian A Ramey Law Office

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  • Firm Year: 2005
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Brian Anthony Ramey

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Divorce & Family Law, Child Custody, Adoption, Divorce

Attorney Brian Ramey is committed to providing clients with quality legal services. Through responsible action, our firm represents clients in family ... (more)

Attorney Brian Ramey  is committed to providing clients with quality legal services. Through responsible action, our firm represents clients in family law matters including divorce, separation, child custody, child support, visitation, equitable distribution of assets and debts, adoption, alimony, and modification cases.

An attorney’s success depends upon his or her work product and reputation in the community. My practice thrives to always do what’s right for our neighbors in the Valley area.  Whether in Columbus, Harris County, Phenix City, Fort Mitchell or any of the surrounding areas,  my practice is here to assist in your legal needs. A true assessment of an attorney’s skill, dependability, ethics, and effectiveness is measured by his  clients as neighbors.

Where the parties cannot agree on what may be practical or fair, our team brings together experienced litigators, accounting and financial experts, custody experts, and investigators to present the client’s best possible case using the most current technology. I am well versed in the unique challenges of high-asset divorces and contested custody cases, and we have the skills, knowledge and experience to resolve your divorce with minimum conflict and maximum efficiency. Let me help you protect your financial future and your children’s best interests.

Brian Ramey Attorney At Law focuses primarily on family law, specializing in divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, and general family law cases in Georgia and Alabama, particularly Muscogee, Harris, Chattahoochee, Marion, Talbot, Lee and Russell counties. Mr. Ramey is committed to providing his clients with quality, cost-effective representation reflecting the highest diligence and integrity he has to offer.  Mr. Ramey understands the unique challenges of family law cases and is ready to give you the help and support you need.

Brian A Ramey Law Office
18 9th St
Columbus, GA 31901
32.4625755,-84.9922596

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18 9th St
Columbus, GA 31901

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