AMY R. HARMON


CONTACT AMY

AMY R. HARMON

ATLANTA BUSINESS LAW ATTORNEY, BUSINESS TRANSITION PLANNING

Amy focuses on helping business owners grow, protect, and leverage the value in their business. As a lawyer, Amy’s corporate law practice guides clients through the nuts and bolts of business and entity formation and corporate governance. Amy also advises and navigates business owners through contract drafting and negotiation, acquisitions, sales, and other business transactions. She can also assist business owners with personal estate planning, including wills and trusts. Her civil commercial litigation experience also benefits clients.

As a Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA), Amy uses Value Acceleration to help business owners and their team identify, protect, and increase the value in their businesses. By planning their “exit,” business owners align their business and personal goals, now and in the future.

Amy received her law degree from Georgia State University College of Law. Before law school, she earned a Master’s degree in International Affairs from Georgia Tech, focusing on international law and political economy, studying abroad in Paris, Brussels, and Berlin. She also graduated from Belmont Abbey College with a Bachelor’s degree in English.

Amy is an Atlanta native who (vaguely) remembers the Braves’ first World Series win, the Omni, and Dante’s Down the Hatch. When she has the time, she enjoys silversmithing, international travel, and British television shows. She also likes F1 racing and hopes to make it to Silverstone someday.


WE UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS OF OUR CLIENTS

You can expect to work directly with
hands-on attorneys who are devoted to your interests.
 

O'Daniel | McDonald, LLC
How Can We Help You?

    [recaptcha]


    While this website provides general information, it does not constitute legal advice. The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact a lawyer. To schedule a meeting with an attorney, please call or complete the intake form. The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.