William Flatau

Bankruptcy Attorney with 48 Years Experience


Macon, GA 31201

About William Flatau

William Flatau is a bankruptcy attorney in Macon, GA admitted to practice in Georgia since 1972.

William Flatau has 48 years experience.

William Flatau's office is located at 355 Cotton Ave Macon, GA 31201.

Practicing in jurisdictions

  • Georgia

    Admitted in 1972


  • Georgia State Bar


Education and training

  • Mercer Univ-W.George L.S

    Law Degree


  • English

William Flatau's Office Location

355 Cotton Ave

Macon, GA 31201

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can William Flatau practice in?

William Flatau is admitted to practice in Georgia.

How many years of experience does William Flatau have?

William Flatau has 48 years experience.

What types of law does William Flatau practice?

William Flatau practices bankruptcy law.

Where is William Flatau's office located?

William Flatau's office is located at 355 Cotton Ave Macon, GA 31201.

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