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A. Wilson Webb
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Gadsden, AL Attorney with 34 years experience
(256) 543-0150 924 3rd Avenue
Suite B
Gadsden, AL 35901
Administrative, Bankruptcy, Business and Consumer
Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
Primarily represent Consumers in disputes involving Lenders (including Mortgages), Auto Dealers and other Credit Sellers; in actions involving fraud, deceptive trade practices, fraudulent foreclosure practices, unfair or illegal debt collection practices (including threats of criminal prosecution) and invasion of privacy. Also represent debtors (consumers and small businesses) in bankruptcy courts, including lawsuits (adversary proceedings) brought within bankruptcy court against Creditors & 3rd parties (dealers), &/or pending state court suits removed for pursuit in bankruptcy court, &/or challenging discharge of certain debts or seeking declarations of dischargeability on otherwise non-dischargeable debts(i.e., student loans).
Michael Steven Webb
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Decatur, GA Attorney with 39 years experience
(404) 458-3319 One West Court Square
Suite 750
Decatur, GA 30030
Civil Rights, Communications, Criminal and Family
Emory University School of Law
Michael S. Webb, Esquire has been licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia since June 15, 1979. He is a founding partner of the Decatur, Georgia general practice law firm of Webb & Webb, Attorneys. Professor Webb’s areas of expertise include criminal defense, personal injury law, and civil rights. He has handled dozens of jury trials and appeals throughout his 38 year legal career.
Previously, Professor Webb served as a special master for the Office of Fair Employment Practices of the State of Georgia; as a judge pro hac vice for the Gwinnett County Recorders Court; and as a...

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