Sloane Tait

Sloane Tait

Tenacious Family Law Attorney

Sloane was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and moved to Peachtree City, GA when she was seven years old. She began working at her first law firm at the age of 21, where she assisted in a plaintiff’s verdict of over one million dollars. The newest addition to Oxendine & Sauls, our family lawyer is a knowledgeable and driven individual.

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Knowledgeable & Skilled

Sloane graduated magna cum laude with a degree in political science and a minor in religion from Lee University. Sloane attended law school at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, FL. While working toward her law degree, Sloane participated in the Immigrant Rights Clinic, assisting indigent clients, where she represented a detained client in Immigration Court. Additionally, Sloane received her Environmental Law Certificate and worked with the Public Trust and the Environmental Law Society in efforts to protect Florida’s beaches.

Dedicated to Getting Clients What They Need

Upon graduation, Sloane began working at an Atlanta firm specializing in family, criminal, immigration and personal injury law. She then moved to a Buckhead law firm with a focus on criminal and family law, where she was a valuable part of the firm by organizing case management and acting as a client liaison, while balancing client representation in criminal and family matters.

Sloane joined Oxendine & Sauls in 2014 and works tirelessly to ensure the best possible outcome in your case.

Call us at (770) 285-1820 today to schedule your consultation and take advantage of our knowledge and years of experience.

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