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Lee can be reached at (706) 291-6223.
Lee is a courtroom litigator and a fighter. He is a Rome native and graduated from Darlington School in 2005. Lee attended the University of Georgia where he graduated early with a B.B.A. in accounting in December 2008. Lee then entered the University of Georgia School of Law in 2009.
During law school Lee was sworn in to practice under the Third Year Practice Act, giving him extensive courtroom experience. Lee was also Vice President of the Georgia Society for International and Comparative Law.
Over his career, Mr. Carver has helped thousands of clients gain control over their finances and protect their property. Mr. Carver aggressively represents his clients’ interests by pursuing unscrupulous creditors who illegally harass borrowers and violate the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.
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