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Forsyth Native Joins Local Law Firm
Forsyth Native Joins Local Law Firm

Forsyth native Benjamin Vaughn joins Michael Dillon in a law firm now known as Dillon and Vaughn, P.C. Attorneys at Law.

They'll have an open house Thursday from 5:30-7:30 p.m. for Central Georgians for a meet and greet.

According to a news release, their office is located in downtown Forsyth.

Read the full release:

 

Michael A. Dillon is proud to welcome Forsyth-native Benjamin A. Vaughn into his law practice.  Together, they go into this new year as Dillon and Vaughn, P.C. Attorneys at Law. 

 

Dillon & Vaughn, P.C. Attorneys at Law, is located in downtown Forsyth, Georgia and serves clients in all matters including criminal defense, family law, personal injury, real estate law, DUI and DWI, local government law, and bankruptcy law.  With a broad range of legal experience and a strong reputation, Dillon & Vaughn offers their clients aggressive legal counsel. 

 

Michael A. Dillon is a native of Forsyth, Georgia and has been practicing law for over twenty years. While in law school at Mercer University‚Äôs Walter F. George School of Law, Mike worked for the law firm Mills, Freeman, Vaughn & Sosebee.  After passing the bar in 1991, Mike became an associate of W. Franklin Freeman, Jr.  They later formed a partnership, Freeman & Dillon.  In 1997 Mike started Michael A. Dillon, P.C., Attorney at Law and established Dillon & Vaughn, P.C. in January 2013.

 

Benjamin A. Vaughn was born and raised in Forsyth, Georgia and attended Stratford Academy.  He graduated from Auburn University in 2008 with a bachelor of science in forestry and a minor in business.  Before joining the firm in 2012, Ben worked as an associate intern with Michael A. Dillon, P.C. for over three years while pursuing his law degree from the Walter F. George School of Law.  As an associate intern, Ben worked on an array of legal matters including divorces, child custody, DUIs, possession of marijuana cases, local government matters, wills and estates, zoning issues, contracts, and ad valorem tax issues.

The firm of Dillon & Vaughn, P.C. Attorneys at Law are hosting an open house Thursday, January 31st from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. for the Middle Georgia community. 

For more information about Mike Dillon, Ben Vaughn, or their law practice, visit www.dillonandvaughn.com.

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