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Augusta Family and Probate Lawyer

Evans Veterans Benefits Attorney

Trying to resolve complex legal matters can be an overwhelming experience for people who have never been through them before. It is important that you have strong representation from an Augusta family and probate attorney who has the experience, the skill and the commitment to see your case through to its conclusion.

At the law firm of Debra Bryan, L.L.C. in Augusta, Georgia, we represent clients in a broad range of legal issues, including veterans' disability claims, divorce, child custody, child support and other family law issues and probate matters. We work diligently to obtain the best possible result available in every case.

The Experience You Need and the Service You Deserve

We take our obligation to you very seriously. We understand that the outcome of your case has long-lasting implications for you and your family. When you hire our firm, you can count on us to pursue every available option in order successfully resolve your legal matter.

Our clients appreciate the personalized service they receive from our firm. Attorney Bryan handles every aspect of your case personally. We will give you honest answers in plain English and treat you with respect at all times. We will be there with you at every step, constantly working to protect your interests.

Discuss Your Case With a Lawyer

Contact our office today to discuss your case. We will help you understand the legal issues surrounding your case and what we can do to help you. You can reach us by phone at 706-993-4322, toll free at 866-839-0351 or via e-mail.

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"Upon our very first conversation, I felt more at ease simply by her calming nature. By the end of that conversation, I knew I had a fighter on my side..."
— Amber L. Duncan

"She was professional but very accessible. Mrs. Bryan guided me through the legal process and I was very pleased with how her office handled my case..."
— Bobbie Grover

"It was comforting to have my rights under GA and the National Constitution explained clearly but it was a relief when Debra successfully had them acknowledged and protected in a court of law..."
— Joshua Silver