George County : County Departments


The Board Attorney represents the County on a wide range of issues including civil cases, eminent domain proceedings, title research, issuance of bonds, etc.

It is essential that the Board Attorney provide sound legal advice to the Board of Supervisors in all matters concerning the County and County operations.

Typically, the Board Attorney represents the Board of Supervisors in: all civil cases of County interest, certification of title to property the County may be acquiring, researching land records, answering legal inquiries from board members, other county officials, and citizens,  drafting board orders/resolutions and letters,  obtaining Attorney General's Opinions, reviewing and drafting of contracts, drafting local and private legislation, bond work, and an array of litigation.