Strong Legal Counsel

Georgia Law Firm

Strong Legal Counsel

Georgia based law firm, Strong Legal Counsel, offers their professional legal services around the Atlanta area. Strong Legal Counsel is a full service law firm extending their clients to small and global businesses and individual clients. Their attorneys take a comprehensive approach to the law and dispute resolution, providing the highest quality legal representation for all clients. All legal matters are dealt with and handle quickly, but with attention to detail. Client satisfaction has always been their top priority.

Practice Areas:
- Business Law
- Personal Injury
- Immigration
- Mediation

Principal Attorney:
- Janice Dyels Strong

STRONG LEGAL COUNSEL, P.C.
931 Monroe Drive, NE
Suite A102-346
Atlanta, GA  30308

Tel: (678) 278-9808
Fax: (404) 393-9734

http://www.stronglegalcounsel.com/

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