WHO WE ARE
Tomlinson Weyand Law Group, PLLC (“TWLAW™”) is a boutique law firm that represents families, mothers, fathers, grandparents AND solo-prenuers, the 5-9ers and small business owners. We believe that high-quality, and timely legal services is what every client deserves. The firm exercises this belief in its representation of individuals, families and businesses.
Formerly an attorney at a large international law firm, Donna R. Tomlinson started TWLAW™ in 2009, focusing on helping individuals, families and small businesses navigate the legal process. Soon after, Donna partnered with her law school classmate and fellow attorney Mellany McDonald to provide their clients with over 28 years of experience representing families, individuals and companies in legal matters. TW was created with a commitment to a strong work ethic, attention to detail, accessibility and client results.
Today, TWLAW™ specializes in providing legal services for Individuals, Families and Businesses. The firm dedicates itself to providing every available legal option for our clients with the end goal of having a satisfied client. No matter the case, you can trust that we are working to put you in a better legal position than where you started.
TWLAW™ serves a diverse client based that spans genders, races and is dedicated to giving our clients top quality and committed timely legal representation. Our firm takes pride in well-reasoned analysis and decision making, creativity, attention to detail and an innovative approach to resolving your issues. We respect your time and understand deadlines, and will focus on direct and responsive communication to allow you to make informed decisions.
TW is committed to excellence while producing successful results to which its clients aspire and deserve.
Donna R. Tomlinson
Mellany L. McDonald
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