I was born in Cordele, Georgia, about 2.5 hours south of Atlanta, Georgia. I... more
I was born in Cordele, Georgia, about 2.5 hours south of Atlanta, Georgia. I graduated in 2004 from the University of Georgia School of Law. I opened my Law Office in 1994 and I hung out my shingle as a solo practicioner straight out of law school. I have been in practice continually since. I love my work, and I love helping people.
I have been with Robert W. Hughes & Associates since 2010. I spent some time... more
I have been with Robert W. Hughes & Associates since 2010. I spent some time clerking under Robert W. Hughes, Jr., a prominent attorney specializing in Probate litigation. After being admitted to the Georgia State Bar, I focused my practice on my passion for individual rights - particularly in the areas of consumer law and personal injury matters. I am a trial attorney special... view profile
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