Deborah Anice Swofford joined Miles Hansford Tallant, LLC in August, 2016, when her prior firm, The Law Offices of Kevin J. McDonough, P.C. merged with the firm. Ms. Swofford’s primary practice area is family law (divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, property division, etc.) . In addition to family law, Ms. Swofford assists clients in litigation and criminal matters.
In her practice, Ms. Swofford ensures that her clients’ are “more than a file number.” She provides personalized, proactive, and passionate representation for each client. Ms. Swofford focuses on each client’s individualized goals and provides the collaborative and/or aggressive approach needed to address her clients’ legal issues.
At Miles Hansford & Tallant, we assist our clients in matters including but not limited to: Criminal matters, Trust and Estate Planning, Probate Litigation, Transactions, Land Use/Zoning, Municipal and Government Representation, and General Civil Litigation.
In 2009, Ms. Swofford graduated from Georgia Southern University and with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, in Philosophy, cum laude. Following graduation from Georgia Southern, Ms. Swofford attended the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. Ms. Swofford graduated in May, 2012 and was admitted to the Georgia State Bar in November, 2012.
In addition to legal practice, Ms. Swofford is actively and passionately engaged in her surrounding communities. Ms. Swofford is a proud member of the Rotary Club of Alpharetta where she has served as Meeting Services Director and Youth Services Director. For fun, Ms. Swofford is an active participant in the Atlanta Lawn and Tennis Association and the United States Tennis Association. And, Ms. Swofford has completed several events, as a participant and a captain, with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program focusing on fundraising efforts for blood cancer research.
Ms. Swofford is admitted to practice in Georgia State and Superiors Courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court, and in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
January 7, 2018