Meet Attorney David Edward Oles, Sr.
Combining proven experience with top-notch credentials
David Oles started his career as a business owner in the automobile industry.
There he learned
the value of a customer-focused attitude and constant diligence to the needs of his clients. Following a successful career as an entrepreneur,
Mr. Oles obtained his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
He went on to obtain an MBA in Finance, and culminated his formal education
by graduating from
Harvard Law School.
Mr. Oles gained experience as a
business and estate planning lawyer with
two prestigious national law firms in New Jersey and Georgia. There he represented numerous health-care companies and practitioners
with problems ranging from business formation and capitalization to employee
relations to regulatory compliance.
In addition to Mr. Oles' passion for representing business owners,
he has also
developed a considerable devotion to the
needs of families. As a father of three children and passionate advocate of parental rights,
he fights to help parents keep an active role in their children’s
lives, particularly those that have been unfairly denied access to their
children or are suffering from parental alienation. He also routinely
counsels clients in less-contentious settings to help them reach amicable
Mr. Oles also
gives back to his community by serving as a board member to various charitable organizations,
providing free/low-cost legal services through the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer
Would you like to schedule a complimentary case review with Attorney Oles
regarding your family or business law matter?
Call our firm today at (770) 648-0744 to request yours.
University of Memphis, Fogelman College of Business and Economics
- Bachelor of Arts, 1989
- Master of Business Administration (MBA), 1991
Harvard University Law School
- Atlanta Bar Association
- American Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
- National Parents Rights Association
- Georgia Trial Lawyer’s Association
Awards & Acheivements
- Strathmore's Who's Who, 2009
- Parental Alienation Awareness Day Symposium, Speaker