Meet Our Attorney, Alex M. Brown
Alex M. Brown, the founder of our Augusta, Georgia, law firm, has been practicing law for nearly a decade. Because his family has lived in the Augusta area since the Civil War era, he is very familiar with the local community, courts, judges and the law.
Mr. Brown fully understands that this is likely a very difficult time in your life. His goal is to use his legal knowledge to guide you through the process as smoothly and quickly as possible. You can count on him to work tirelessly on your behalf, advocating for your best interests at every step. Since he is a sole practitioner, you will have the benefit of working with him one-on-one and receiving the personal service you deserve.
Learn more about Mr. Brown’s background and qualifications by clicking on his profile below:
Our Primary Areas Of Practice
At Alex M. Brown Law, LLC, we are ready to assist you with an array of legal matters, including:
- Family law issues— We are well-equipped to assist you with everything from divorce, child custody and child support to legitimation, adoption and prenuptial agreements. If you or your spouse is a member of the U.S. military, you will also appreciate the fact that Mr. Brown is extremely knowledgeable of the unique issues that are associated with military divorce and custody cases, including division of military retirement, thrift savings accounts and navigating family care plans. Mr. Brown also maintains a good relationship with the Fort Gordon JAG office and has numerous resources at his disposal in this area.
- Domestic violence concerns— Whether you have been accused of violence or have been harmed by it, Mr. Brown’s experience in both the family law and criminal law arenas gives him the ability to effectively represent you. He also serves on the board of Safe Homes of Augusta, a domestic violence shelter in the area. He is uniquely suited to dealing with these difficult situations and resolving even the toughest cases in court.
- Criminal defense— We are ready to aggressively defend your rights if you are charged with a drug crime, violent crime, sex offense, theft offense, white collar crime or any other felony or misdemeanor. We have represented numerous juveniles and adults in state and federal courts.
- Mediation— We frequently use mediation to resolve family law disputes, domestic violence disputes and civil disputes. If you have questions about the process, don’t hesitate to contact our lawyer and learn more.