Business Spotlight: Alyssa Myers
Alyssa Myers is an attorney at Harris Divorce & Family Law in Roswell, Georgia. Her firm primarily handles divorces, as well as custody and child support modifications, grandparents’ rights cases, contempt, and adoption cases.
Her firm has been assisting clients through stressful and emotional times for over 30 years. Their primary goal is to help you preserve your emotional and financial well-being in the process.
“I always wanted to practice family law since I had the pleasure of interning with the Honorable Jane C. Barwick while she was on the bench in the Family Division of Fulton County,” tells Alyssa. She was a prosecutor after law school and gained invaluable trial experience in that role.
Harris Divorce & Family Law is a small firm, which gives her the ability to provide exceptional service and communication to her clients. “We understand that clients are going through what is likely the most difficult time of their lives. It’s the role of an attorney to make life less stressful for that client.” Myers’ firm prides themselves on offering support to her clients through their times of crisis. Their happiness and relief once the case is resolved is her most rewarding part of her work.
Alyssa loves the outdoors, and spends her time hiking with her husband and dogs. She also enjoys cooking, reading mysteries and watching horror movies and documentaries. Alyssa is also a member of the State State Bar of Georgia Family Law Section & the Fiduciary Section, as well as the Atlanta Bar Association.
Connect with Alyssa at:
HarrisDivorceLaw.com | (404) 437-7597
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