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Meet Amanda Williams

Some legal conflicts can be resolved with negotiation or mediation outside the courtroom. But many situations require litigation – a court case, held in a courtroom, with a verdict determined by a judge or jury – to receive the results you need.

Amanda Williams, the founder of Amanda Williams Law, has been practicing law since 1977. She is a graduate of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, as well as the University of Georgia. Her practice focuses on complex litigation and criminal cases. She is an efficient, business-minded legal representative who will examine your case, provide straightforward answers on how the judge or opposing counsel will view it, and utilize every tool in her arsenal of experience as the case progresses.

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Our Attorney Knows The Courtroom From All Angles

Attorney Williams is well-regarded as a litigator and criminal defense attorney in Georgia’s lower southeast coast. She blends many years as an attorney in private practice with 21 years on the bench as a judge in the state’s Superior Court system, as well as an early-career stint as an Assistant District Attorney. While serving as judge, she tried drug offense cases, civil cases, domestic litigation cases and death penalty criminal cases.

Currently, our firm focuses on representing clients in litigated cases that include estate and will contests, orders of protection and other domestic litigation, nonstandard bankruptcy cases, divorce and family law cases that end up in court, contract/business disputes and criminal defense cases. Her goal is the same as your goal: a litigated verdict that resolves your conflict and puts the matter behind you.

Learn More About Our Firm

Call us in Brunswick at 912-289-2482 or use our online intake form to connect with us. Our firm serves clients in Brunswick and Glynn County, as well as on St. Simons Island and Sea Island.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.