Georgia Family Law & Criminal Defense Attorney

For more than 35 years, Larry W. Yarbrough, Attorney at Law has provided family law and criminal defense representation to Georgia clients, including Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Legitimation, as well as handled a range of criminal law matters, including DUI Defense.  From our offices in Marietta, we assist clients across the northwest Atlanta metro area, including in Cobb, Cherokee, and Paulding counties.

Whether you need assistance in connection with a matter as simple as a simple traffic offense or as complicated as a contested divorce, we can provide the advocacy you need to obtain a swift resolution.  Firm principal Larry W. Yarbrough offers his clients the close personal attention of a solo practitioner, coupled with expertise gained over more than three decades of practice.  As a former local prosecutor, Mr. Yarbrough understands how to navigate the Georgia trial court system, and will guide you through each step of the process.  Since entering the practice of law in 1976, he has established a reputation for excellence among fellow attorneys and law firms alike, garnering Martindale-Hubbell's AV Preeminent peer rating, indicating the highest levels of professional excellence.

Divorce, Child Custody and other Family Law problems, as well as well as being charged with a crime, can be enormously stressful.  You need an attorney who can provide you with the one-on-one attention you need to help you move on with your life as soon as possible. We are dedicated to keeping our clients informed and comfortable throughout the duration of their representation.  To find out how we can help with your particular case, contact Larry W. Yarbrough, Attorney at Law today at (770) 427-8453 for a free half-hour consultation.

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Larry W. Yarbrough, Attorney at Law

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