Stockbridge, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/18/2013 -- Mark Brittain, P.C. Attorney at Law, a lawyer in Atlanta, has practiced law for clients in the Atlanta area and surrounding counties for more than 25 years. He provides general litigation, estate planning, wills & trusts and real estate closings with a commitment to affordable law for all.
“When you need a lawyer in the Atlanta metro area, you can call on the professional and affordable services of Mark Brittain, P.C. Attorney at Law! We provide our clients with the level of legal work they want, for the price they need. Our experience in the legal field has taught us that most individuals and families cannot afford high-cost legal guidance. This is why we offer the community legal options with high-value services at affordable prices,” says Mark Brittain, P.C. Attorney at Law.
The professional law office in Atlanta handles a number of legal services, which include estate planning; trusts, wills and probate; general litigation; contract disputes; prenuptial agreements and asset protection; real estate closings; adoptions; and personal injury law cases. One of the reasons the firm is able to work with clients on the affordability of their services is because they have specialized in certain areas, and do not present themselves as attorneys who conduct an all-encompassing practice.
The firm is committed to “delivering valuable service for a reasonable price.” No matter what area of law you need help in, Mark Brittain, P.C. Attorney at Law can help. And, although the firm does not actively handle criminal cases, their attorneys are able to help a client to understand the steps he or she needs to take to accomplish the goals of their case.
Contact a team member at the firm by calling (770) 679-6177 or filling out a convenient online form at http://www.attorneyatlanta-ga.com/contact-us.html. The firm’s Atlanta law office proudly serves Atlanta, Stockbridge and the surrounding areas, including Fulton County, Clayton County, DeKalb County and Gwinnett County, Georgia.
Press Release Source: AB Newswire