Lunn Law LLC’s (Lunn Law) central office is located at 124 South Main Street, Ste 1G, Jonesboro GA 30236. Our secondary office is located at 255 Racetrack Road McDonough, GA 30252. Lunn Law LLC conferences with prospective clients by appointment only. Lunn Law LLC office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm. If you need to schedule an appointment, it would be favorable for you to determine your availability then call Lunn Law LLC at 770-492-2974 to inquire if an appointment is available for that time.
Lunn Law LLC primarily handles family law matters such as Uncontested Divorce, Contested Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Modification, Paternity and Contempt. If you are in need of legal assistance in the area of family law then you should call Lunn Law LLC and schedule a consultation to find out your rights and a general sequence of how your case would progress to finality. Additionally, read Our Commitment To Client Service on this blog to understand the fundamentals of how Lunn Law LLC views the attorney-client relationship. The managing attorney of Lunn Law LLC is Tiffany R. Lunn Esq.
You can find more information about Lunn Law LLC and Tiffany R. Lunn Esq. at our website: www.lunnlaw.com. Do remember that this blog is not intended nor should it be taken as legal advice. View our legal disclaimer. Additionally, you should speak with an experienced divorce and/or family law attorney about the particular facts of your legal matter because there are facts that can alter general legal principles. Your specific facts could fall within an exception and only a detailed evaluation of your matter by an attorney can provide you with the security that you and your family needs.
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