Mitchell

Gavin

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Alexander City, AL
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in AL
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About Mitchell

For more than thirty-five years, Mitch Gavin has been providing the residents of Tallapoosa County, and surrounding counties in Alabama, with the highest quality legal services in a timely manner for an affordable fee in accordance with the Standards for Professional Conduct adopted by the Alabama State Bar. He and his courteous, well-trained and efficient staff are equipped to handle a wide variety of legal issues. In our effort to assist clients in resolving human and societal legal matters in a rational and efficient manner, we pledge that we will never compromise our Christian beliefs and values.

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