D. Thomas LeFevre
Tom LeFevre joined the firm in 1996 as a partner focusing on commercial real estate matters. He has practiced law in the Gainesville area since 1980.
Tom counsels business clients on construction law, real estate covenants, and contract matters, including leases and landlord-tenant issues. With tremendous breadth of experience, he is frequently called upon to serve as a special master in condemnation actions.
Tom is certified as an early neutral evaluator, arbitrator and mediator. He has provided successful mediation and arbitration for numerous contract, construction and real estate matters.
Professional and Community Recognition
Serving his community through numerous leadership roles, Tom is on the board of the Edmondson-Telford Center for Children and the Northeast Georgia History Center. He also is active in the Gainesville Rotary Club, having served as a director, and in the First Baptist Church of Gainesville where he served as chairman of the board of deacons. Tom is a past president of the Gainesville Northeastern Bar Association and the Gainesville Estate Planning Council.
He is a graduate of North Georgia College and the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.
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