Best 30 Attorneys in Evans, GA with Reviews -

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By: Lloyd C.
Hammond, Shawn P
Mr. Hammond is a very assertive and knowledgeable attorney. He represented me in a military divorce matter in Augusta, Georgia. During the case I was impressed that both the Judge and the other lawyer were asking his advice on how military matters work. He really protected my rights beyond what I had expected and the case settled almost exactly like he had predicted at our first meeting. I was very pleased with Mr. Hammond’s efforts to communicate with me and how he answered all of my questions. Additionally, I was very pleased with his office and his staff. They were kind, responsive and professional. However, what I liked most about Mr. Hammond were the efforts he made to make sure that I understood the process and knew what was happening and why. It was a real comfort having him on my side.
By: Jennifer W.
Hammond, Shawn P
I came to this firm for a divorce. My husband is in the military and was telling me that if I left him I would not receive any support and would not get any of his benefits. At our first meeting, Mr. Hammond explained to me what he calls the typical divorce process and how I can get immediate support. I received a check for support the next day from my husband. He also explained what I should receive from my divorce and it was a lot more that I was expecting. My divorce is finalized now and the Judge ordered exactly what Mr. Hammond said he would. I highly recommend this office for their excellent service.
By: jason t.
Troiano Jason Attorney At Law
Dear Levi H.I apologize if you feel you did not receive adequate callbacks from my office. I have reviewed your file and note a favorable result for you in 2010 and another favorable result for you in January, 2014. I do not have any record of you calling my office after your case was closed in January, 2014. The last we spoke was more than a year before your comment on this page. I hope there was no confusion on my part. If you would like to discuss the matter further I will speak with you immediately. Jason Troiano
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By: Robert H.
Troiano Jason Attorney At Law
Mr. Troiano has handled several matters for me. I have always found him to be a competent, diligent, bright, rational, reasonable attorney. He is a former prosecutor who is well know and well liked in the Augusta legal community. I would highly recommend him.
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By: Carl S.
Hammond, Shawn P
Shawn P. Hammond and Associates handled my traffic case. They were very professional and knowledgeable. They filed a motion to suppress and at the hearing the prosecutor agreed to dismiss the case.
By: Jacob S.
Alex M. Brown Law, LLC
Mr. Brown represented me in a custody and divorce action and was always in my corner. He was excellent at communicating with me and always made sure I knew what to expect.
By: Janell C.
Hammond, Shawn P
I hired Mr. Hammond to handle my divorce. He did an excellent job.
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