In practice for more than 20 years, Evan Lee Stapler represents clients in Bremen, Georgia and the surrounding Polk and Haralson County areas in all cases of family, estate planning and personal injury law. Our firm is privileged to help clients secure their future, which often has been jeopardized by a life-changing event. Whether you are going through a contentious divorce, formalizing a trust to protect family wealth or fighting an insurance company to recover personal injury compensation, Evan Lee Stapler gives you superior legal representation, building both a strong case and a steadfast personal relationship with each client. He is skilled, knowledgeable, accessible and eager to advocate for successful outcomes to your problems.
Attorney Evan Lee Stapler has built a reputation on winning results through skilled representation, meticulous preparation and an invaluable network of relationships with fellow attorneys that opens the door to negotiation. His unique ability to connect with people extends most importantly to his clients. He handles each case personally, welcoming clients to his home-based office, where he gets to know case particulars and understand their impact. The following are hallmarks of the practice of Evan Lee Stapler:
-Experienced advocacy - Evan Lee Stapler has more than 20 years of experience in family, estate and personal injury law. We prepare thoroughly for each case and draw on our firm's extensive file of case work to identify winning strategies.
-Results through networking - Evan Lee Stapler has strong relationships with fellow attorneys, providing opportunities for negotiations that benefit his clients. As both a lawyer and a part-time judge, he is well known and gets a lot done through his extensive professional network.
-Compassion for clients - Our reputation is built on our genuine compassion for clients. We take the time to get to know each client in the relaxed atmosphere of our country home/office. Here, each client is treated as a person with a problem to be solved, not just as a case to be heard.