David Pollan


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David Pollan

The Pollan Law Firm

1801 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 125
Atlanta, GA 30309
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Attorney David Pollan, of The Pollan Law Firm in Atlanta, Georgia, helps clients with elder law and estate planning needs. Mr. Pollan handles matters involving conservatorships, guardianships, Medicaid eligibility, probate, trusts, wills and more. He represents individuals in the Atlanta metro and in counties, including Cobb, Columbus, DeKalb, Fulton, Gwinnett, Macon and Savannah counties. 

After earning a bachelor’s degree from Boston University, Mr. Pollan graduated from Atlanta’s Emory University School of Law. Since being admitted to practice in the state of Georgia since 1990, he has focused his practice in the areas of elder law and estate planning. In the course of his practice, he frequently engages with attorneys in other areas of law such as family law and personal injury.

Mr. Pollan has been recognized for more than two decades of work in these areas of law. He has attained the highest possible rating of AV Preeminent* from the attorney peer review organization Martindale-Hubbell and regularly gives presentations and authors articles on legal issues related to elder law.

Active in a variety of elder law organizations, Mr. Pollan has been involved with groups, including the Atlanta Regional Commission Aging and Health Resources Committee, the Georgia Community Trust, the Weinstein Hospice and the Senior Citizens Law Project. He also belongs to the State Bar of Georgia and is a member of the association’s elder law committee.

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