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Lise S. Kaplan was born and raised in Macon, Georgia. She graduated from Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law and was admitted to the Georgia bar in 1991. Upon becoming an attorney, she decided to focus on family law, so she could make a positive difference in people's lives. Today, her law firm is an established family law practice that serves men and women throughout Middle Georgia.

For more than 20 years, attorney Lise S. Kaplan has dedicated her career to representing clients in divorce and other family law matters, such as custody cases. With this depth of experience, we can identify all of the issues in your case and develop a strategy that is personalized to your needs. At the same time, we will be direct with you about what you can expect in your case, so you will not be surprised by the outcome.

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Hit and Run Laws in Texas: Don't Flee The Scene

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