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Sloan joins Morris Hardwick Schneider as senior managing attorney

National Mortgage Professional
Mar 24, 2014

Sloan joins Morris Hardwick Schneider as senior managing attorneyMortgagePress.comDonna Crosby Sloan, Morris Hardwick Schneider, General Litigation Division, Nat Hardwick

Donna Crosby Sloan has joined Atlanta-based Morris|Hardwick|Schneider, one of the largest real estate closing law firms in the country, as senior managing attorney. In her new position, she will manage the firm's new General Litigation Division, which will handle a variety of general civil practice areas, including wills and probate issues, contract matters, small business set-ups, LLCs, mediations and litigation cases.

"The establishment of our General Litigation Division is another example of how M|H|S continues to expand its offerings to provide clients with end-to-end real estate closing services," said Nat Hardwick, M|H|S managing partner. "Bringing in Donna, a seasoned attorney with 20 years experience in general and civil litigation, will ensure that the new division operates efficiently from the start."

Sloan has more than 20 years of legal experience and comes to M|H|S from Blackburn, Sloan & Adair, the law firm she co-founded in 1996. Prior to serving as partner in Blackburn, Sloan and Adair, she was an attorney at McCalla, Raymer, Padrick, Cobb, Nichols & Clark. Before this, she was in private practice for six years. She is also a licensed real estate broker and has maintained her license for 32 years.

In addition, Sloan started a non-profit foundation called International Mission Connection (IMC), which serves more than 200 children in Honduras by providing them with food, clothing and necessities. IMC has built a three-story mission complex and is developing plans to build housing and a school.

"I'm excited to establish a new division at M|H|S, but more importantly, I'm looking forward to making a difference," said Sloan. "The new General Litigation Division is committed to positively contributing to the real estate community and helping individuals referred by the M|H|S family."

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Mar 24, 2014