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Welcome To Hanea Law Firm
Here’s what you can expect when the Hanea Law Firm handles your Divorce, Civil Litigation, Immigration, Business, and Estate Planning needs:
We will be honest with you about the merits of your case. We don’t take money if we can’t help. We will give you a timeline and we will stick to it.
Everyone in our firm has life experiences similar to yours. We know how powerless and frustrating the legal process can be so we do everything we can to make it smooth for you.
Established in 2011, our firm provides the legal expertise necessary to zealously represent our clients in court, during the trial, or in front of the government agencies to achieve the best results for our clients.
We excel at exceeding expectations. Our clients come first.
Hanea Law Firm works with clients throughout Northern Georgia including those in Gwinnett, Fulton, Hall, Barrow, Jackson and Forsyth counties. We are conveniently located in the Buford, Georgia.
English, French, Spanish, and Romanian are spoken in our office.
On parle Francais.
(We also have the Google Translator button on the top right of our page for your convenience. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of the translations).
Legal Disclaimer: The legal information presented on this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice, nor the formation of an attorney/client relationship. Any results set forth herein are based upon the facts of each particular case and do not represent a promise or guarantee for your case. Please contact our office for a consultation on your particular legal matter.
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- Supreme Court Dismisses Bid by G.O.P.-Led States to Defend Trump Immigration Plan"The case concerned revisions to the “public charge” rule that made it harder for immigrants who had relied on public assistance to gain permanent legal status. Under the Trump administration, the so-called public-charge rule made immigrants ineligible for permanent legal status if they used public benefits like Medicaid and food stamps."The New York Times