Debranski & Associates
Accessible • Personal • Professional
Your Justice Is Our Priority
We’re a full service litigation and transaction law firm serving the north metro Atlanta area.
Ron Debranski and the law office of Debranski & Associates have been serving the Woodstock and metro Atlanta area for over seventeen years. Our specialties serve the Woodstock, Towne Lake, Roswell, Canton, Acworth, Kennesaw, Marietta and surrounding community in the areas of business, family law and divorce, property cases, personal injury and malpractice, and the planning of wills, trusts, estate planning and probate.
We’re located north of downtown Atlanta in Woodstock, Georgia, and we serve the community as well as the nearby areas of Towne Lake, Roswell, Canton, Alpharetta, Marietta, Acworth, and Kennesaw.
Our Vision is to provide accessible, personal, professional legal representation to our clients in our local office. We believe every individual and business client deserves our utmost attention to their legal matter to achieve their goal in the most direct and cost-efficient way possible.
Primary Practice Areas
Consulting, Counsel, and Representation of businesses in legal and business matters from corporation and llc formation to contracts to management issues, to complex litigation. Some of the legal issues we handle for clients include collections, intellectual property including trademarks, service marks, and trade names, franchising issues, employment issues, purchase and business sales, and asset protection strategies. Learn More
Personal Injury and Malpractice and Wrongful Death
Representation of Plaintiffs and in personal injury cases, generally on a contingent fee basis from settlement to jury trial in areas of auto, motorcycle, and truck accidents, slips and falls, and professional malpractice and wrongful death. We fight Defendants and insurance companies for you to get the best settlement possible. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.. Learn More
Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, and Probate Cases
Drafting and implementing estate plans including simple and complex wills, advance directives, and durable powers of attorney. Also experienced in revocable and irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, as well as probate, caveats, and litigation from probate court to the Supreme Court of Georgia. Learn More
Need A Consultation?
Time is of the essence in many legal matters. It is imperative that you speak to an attorney as soon as possible to help you decide on a course of action. Please feel free to reach out to us to discuss your situation and the appropriate direction for your legal action.
While we are skilled, experienced, and proficient in many areas of law practice, these are our primary practice areas:
- Personal Injury and Malpractice and Wrongful Death
- Family Law and Divorce Cases
- Business Representation
- Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, and Probate Cases
- Property Cases
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From Our Clients
“Ron represented me in a custody case for my son. He was prompt, precise, and I am very pleased with the turn out of my case. I would highly recommend him to anyone seeking an excellent attorney.“
“We won in court! Hired Attorney Ron Debranski to represent us in court. Ron was easy to get a hold of when I needed questions answered and he is knowledgeable in so many different areas. Ron in court was confident and well organized. Ron is direct and had our case well planned out in the courtroom. Actually he had 1,2,3 plan of attack! We won!!!“
“Ron with Debranski and Associates was great for my needs. I needed to protect myself and my company with a few contracts/ membership forms and I had no where to begin. We came up with a solution quickly that met every needed in a few pages. Ron has been great and can not recommend him enough.”
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