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Matthew Hoyle

As a founding partner of Hoyle Law Firm, Matthew Hoyle began his private practice in 2018. He is a Dahlonega local who was born and raised in Cleveland, GA. 

After obtaining his J.D. from Cumberland School of Law and his M.B.A. from Brock School of business in 2016, Matthew was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in 2017. His focus is in Civil litigation, real estate, probate and magistrate courts

Matthew is a published member of The American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Member of Cordell Hull Speakers Forum, and Board of Directors of Dahlonega Interfaith Ministries. 

 

Elise Hoyle
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Elise Hoyle, along with her husband Matthew, is a founding partner of Hoyle Law Firm. Elise is from Johnson City, TN but now resides in Dahlonega, GA.

Elise was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in 2017. She obtained her J.D. from Cumberland School of Law in 2016, where she was the Student Materials  Editor for the American Journal of Trial of Advocacy. 

Elise has a passion for various areas of family law such as, divorce, custody modification, legitimation, and third party custody cases. She specializes in issues involving children and victims of domestic violence. Elise also has experience with both criminal defense and prosecution. 

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Hunter Milliman 

Hunter Milliman is Hoyle Law Firm's associate attorney. Hunter is a Georgia native and lived in Dahlonega for four years while completing his Political Science degree at the University of North Georgia. 

 

Hunter is now pursuing his J.D. from Cumberland School of Law and his M.B.A. from Brock School of Business. His focus is Contract Law, although he assists with all of the firm's other practice areas. Hunter's Contract Law experience consists of examining contracts, revising and writing contracts, and breach of contract resolution.  

 

Hunter also has legal experience in Criminal Law from his time at the Troup County District Attorney's Office, as well as Construction and Property Law experience from working at Hoyle Law Firm. 

 

He writes a mean-ass demand letter for a rising 2L, at least according to Matthew.

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