Whether you are going through a divorce or other family matter or you need strong representation in a criminal defense case, we can help. The Harsh Law Firm handles family law, defends clients in traffice offenses and represents individuals in criminal defense cases.
SERVING GWINNETT, FULTON, DEKALB, WALTON, ROCKDALE, FORSYTH, BARROW & JACKSON COUNTIES.
At The Law Office of Lucas O. Harsh, we are committed to providing:
- Personal, honest, and committed
- Constant communication with your attorney
- Reasonable fees
- Quality legal services
To serve our community better, we practice a wide range of legal areas. Contact our office to arrange a free consultation to discuss your legal concern in any of the following areas:
- Lawrenceville Georgia Family Law (Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support Modifications, Child Legitimation)
Family law concerns are among the most pressing problems in one’s life. If you are seeking a divorce or dealing with custody issues, our experience helps you navigate the complex emotional and financial issues associated with a divorce.
- Lawrenceville Georgia Criminal Law (Felony Criminal Charges, Misdemeanors, Traffic Offenses)
If you have been charged with a DUI or some other misdemeanor or felony offense we will help you get the best possible outcome given the facts and circumstances of your case.
- Lawrenceville Georgia Juvenile Law (Youthful & First Time Offenders)
We are firmly committed to “helping teens navigate the legal system with a minimal impact on their future.” (we can’t guarantee to keep anyone out of the system).
- Lawrenceville Georgia Probation Violations
Probation Violation can result in many consequences, including: Extension of probation period, Revocation of probation, Re-instatement of Probation, Community Service, Treatment Programs, Rehabilitation Programs, counseling, Prison or Jail Time.
- Lawrenceville Georgia Sentence Modifications
This typical situation would involve reducing jail time previously imposed by the court, changing one or more conditions of the probation, and even terminating probation early under certain circumstances.