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Meriwether & Tharp, LLC


meriwether tharp The legal team at Meriwether and Tharp, LLC know that obtaining a divorce can be a difficult process. That is why we decided to focus our entire practice on this one area of law. Not only do you have to navigate the legal complications surrounding equitable division, child support, alimony, and child custody, but you also have to deal with the emotional toll a divorce places on you and your family.

Many of you have to manage this legal and emotional burden while continuing to maintain jobs, pay bills, taxi children to their extra-curricular activities, assist with homework, etc. That is why we are here for you. We take care of your divorce. You take care of your life.

At Meriwether & Tharp, LLC, our experienced family law attorneys recognize that domestic troubles can be extremely emotionally and financially taxing on families. We are ready and willing to meet with you and provide you with the information that you need to address your specific domestic issue, and strategize about how you can meet your goal as amicably and cost effectively as possible. We provide quality legal services in a wide variety of family law areas, including:
  • Divorce
  • Child custody & visitation modification
  • Family violence
  • Paternity and legitimization
  • Premarital agreements
  • Child support modification
  • Alimony modification
  • Guardianships
  • Grandparent Visitation Rights

ATTORNEYS

Patrick L. Meriwether - Partner

atlanta ga attorney patrick leh meriwether Patrick "Leh" Meriwether has gained significant experience as an attorney since passing both the Georgia and Florida bar exams in 1996. Although he is admitted to practice in both Georgia and Florida he focuses his practice on Georgia cases. In addition to his license to practice law, he is also a certified arbitrator and mediator. Mr. Meriwether has handled thousands of family cases and is an invaluable resource when it comes to determining a spouse's ownership rights, equitable division of a marital business and finding creative solutions on how to best address problems in a case.

On a personal level, Mr. Meriwether holds a Black Belt in Judo and was the State Champion in his division while in law school. When he is not practicing law, Mr. Meriwether is very active in his sons' Cub Scouts activities; is a den leader for both his sons; and regularly plans and coordinates Cub Scout activities in his Pack. Mr. Meriwether is also an aspiring artisan in woodworking. He has built his children's bedroom furniture, his kitchen table, and is currently working on finishing his new office desk out of Ambrosia Maple and a dining room table out of slabs of solid walnut. In his spare time, Mr. Meriwether also uses his woodworking skills to craft individualized and unique pens.

Education
University of Florida, Juris Doctor of Law, 1995
University of Miami, Bachelor of Arts, 1992

Professional Memberships
American Bar Association - Family Law Section (2004 through present)
State Bar of Georgia - Family Law Section (2004 through present)
Forsyth County Bar Association - Member of Legislative Committee (2009 through present)
Blue Ridge Bar Association - Member (2009 through present)
State Bar of Florida - Member (1996 through present)

Certifications and Additional Qualifications
Neutral Civil Mediator, Registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (2010 through present)
Arbitrator, Registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (2007 through present)

Publications
"Effect of Supersedeas in a Hotly Contested Divorce Case ," Family Law Review, State Bar of Georgia (2012)
"Holiday Stress and the Courts," Cherokee Tribune (2011)
"Reducing the Conflict in Divorce Cases," Cherokee Tribune (2011)
"Avoiding the Conflict of a Divorce," Cherokee Tribune (2011)
"Top 10 iPhone/iPad Apps for a Family Law Attorney," Atlanta Bar Association Family Law Section (2011)
"Ask the Expert : Divorce and COBRA," The Peaceful Co-Parent (2010)
Regular Contributor to the Divorce Blog, atlantadivorceattorneyblog.com

Speaking Engagements
Family Law Practice Management for the 2011 Family Law Conference (2011)
Drafting Contracts and Transactional Documents for The Paralegal's Guide to Contracts and Transactional Documents (2009)
Recent Trends and Developments with LLCs for LLC Trends and Development (2009)

Robert L. Tharp - Partner

atlanta ga attorney robert tharp
Robert Tharp LLP was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1996. In 1998, he formed Meriwether & Tharp, LLP with his partner, Patrick L. Meriwether.

Robert Tharp LLP was the 1998 winner of the Warren Akin Outstanding Alumni Contribution award at Emory University for his involvement in setting up and helping to establish the Urban Debate League in Atlanta, Baltimore, and New York as well as directing the Lincoln Douglas portion of the annual Barkley Forum for high school debate tournament at Emory University.

Education
J.D., Emory University, 1996
B.A., Emory University, 1993

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Georgia, 1996

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
State Bar of Georgia
Member, Sections on, Business Law, Appellate Division

David Beaudry - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney david beaudry Having practiced solely in family law during his entire legal career, David has over ten years of experiencing litigating these difficult and very personal issues. Originally from Florida, David attended law school at Seton Hall University in Newark, New Jersey and clerked for The Honorable Edward Torack in New Jersey who sat on the Superior Court Bench hearing exclusively Family and Divorce cases. This experience gave David first-hand experience as to how Family Law judges view cases, the factors that are important, and the arguments that are most effective on a variety of issues. David continued his family law practice when he moved here to Georgia where he worked for Stern & Edlin, P.C. prior to joining Meriwether and Tharp, LLC.

David is both well-known and well-respected within the family law field and the legal community at large. David has been an active contributor and leader in the family law field and has lectured in many speaking engagements. In many of his speaking engagements, David provides Continued Legal Educational training to other practicing attorneys and is a great resource for other attorneys practicing family law.

Understanding that the dissolution of a marriage is a difficult time for clients, David is attentive to the individual needs and goals of his clients. While always encouraging reconciliation if possible and settlement if the parties are able to negotiate and agree, David understands that there are some cases that require trial. David has extensive experience in trial practice. Utilizing his experience and knowledge gained both as a judicial law clerk and in practice, David has a keen understanding of the law and relevant factors that a Judge may evaluate on an issue. David is a persuasive speaker, zealous advocate, and a powerful presence in the courtroom.

On a personal level, David has an interest in drama and theater and has served on the Board of Directors of the Roswell Community Theater for the last six years. In addition to theater and drama, David is an avid runner and has completed a marathon and multiple half-marathons.

Education
B.S. in Business, Florida State, 1988
J.D., Seton Hall University, 2001

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Bar Association - Member Since: 2001, Family Law Section
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2008, Family Law Section
Atlanta Bar Association - Member Since: 2003, Family Law Section
State Bar of New Jersey - Member Since: 2008, Member

Publications
"The Status of Gift Giving in a Georgia Divorce," Georgia Family Law Review (2006)

Speaking Engagements
"Getting A Divorce Off On the Right Foot" for Handling Divorce Cases from Start to Finish (2011)
"Completing the Divorce" for Handling Divorce Cases from Start to Finish (2011)
"Custody Evaluations" for Advace Issues in Custody and Support (2011)
"A Road Map Through Divorce Proceedings," National Business Institute (2011)
"Tax Consequences of Divorce" for Divorce Law Guide from A to Z (2010)
"Strategies for Effective Use of Discovery" for Divorce Law Guide from A to Z (2010)
"Divorce Issues in Georgia" for National Business Institute
"Initial Consultations" for Handling Divorce Cases from Start to Finish (2009)
"Evidentiary Issues" for Divorce Issues in Georgia (2008)
"Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) for Divorce Issues in Georgia (2008)
"Fairly Dividing Assets and Liabilities" for A Roadmap Through Divorce Proceedings (2007)
"Discovery Tools and Tactics" for A Roadmap Through Divorce Proceedings (2007)

Catherine Knight Danz - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney catherine danz Catherine Knight Danz grew up in Atlanta, where she attended The Westminster Schools, alpha-omega. Catherine then graduated cum laude from Princeton University and with honors from Emory University School of Law, where she was a Woodruff Scholar and served on the executive committee of the Emory Law Journal. Respected by her professional peers, Catherine has throughout her career received various annual recognitions such as Atlanta Magazine's Rising Star, Atlanta Magazine's Super Lawyer, and Georgia Trend Magazine's Legal Elite. Catherine was honored by Atlanta Business Chronicle for her successful divorce practice, receiving the Up and Comers in Atlanta, 40-Under-40 Award. Further, Catherine has authored and presented papers at numerous legal conferences, and also served on the executive committee of the family law section of the Georgia Bar Association as the legislative liaison. She appeared on Georgia public television to train the public and professionals in the child support guidelines, and travelled the state educating lawyers and judges alike on legislation.

Having formerly worked in corporate law at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York City, Catherine has a business and stock market acumen which aids in complex cases. Upon returning to her native Atlanta in the mid-1990s, Catherine worked with the firms of Warner Mayoue & Bates, as well as Davis Mathews & Quigley, before becoming a founding partner at Boyd Collar Knight, LLC. Now Catherine brings her fifteen years of experience and established expertise in Georgia family law to Meriwether & Tharp, LLC, as a senior attorney and team leader.

Catherine values her reputation as both a vigorous advocate in the courtroom and a reasonable negotiator in settlement. Sensitive to the fact that there is a family behind every family law case, Catherine is empathetic to the stress clients are under during the process of divorce, listening carefully to and respecting her client's and a family's particular needs. Her approach to each client is highly personalized, allowing for strategy in each aspect of the case. She does not hesitate to tell her clients what they may not want to hear, when a position is untenable, or a result, unrealistic. While she effectively fights to protect and advance her clients' goals, Catherine is committed to achieving the most favorable results with the least amount of conflict necessary.



Marta Noriega-Allen -Attorney

atlanta ga attorney x Marta is excellent at guiding clients through one of the most difficult times during a person's life. She began her professional career as a master's level counselor and faculty member at a small college in her home town of San Diego, California. She attended law school throughout her counseling career and moved to Georgia with her family in 2005. It was a natural transition from counseling into family law when she began her legal career at Meriwether & Tharp. Since her admission to the bar, Marta has dedicated her practice to working side-by side her clients to give them clear and straightforward advice. She believes that a good lawyer makes things as simple as possible for her clients to understand. Marta is a trained Guardian ad Litem and has experience in all family law matters, including divorce, alimony, child support, legitimation, step-parent adoptions, juvenile court matters and contempt cases.

On a personal level, Marta is a mother of four children, ranging in age from preschool to high school. She is an active member of her children's schools and community and enjoys spending time outdoors with her family.

Education
B.A., San Diego State University, 2001 - Linguistics, cum laude
M.A., San Diego State University, Education Counseling, 2002
J.D., California Western School of Law, 2006

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Georgia, 2007

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Bar Association - Member Since: 2007
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2007, Family Law Section
Forsyth County Bar Association -Member Since: 2008, Active Member
Atlanta Bar Association - Member Since: 2010, Family Law Section
Parent Volunteer Organization - Member Since: 2010-2011, Vice President

Melissa A. Tracy - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney melissa tracy Melissa Tracy joined Meriwether and Tharp in 2010, bringing to the firm an extensive background in family law and domestic relations. While in law school, Melissa served as an editor for the University of Memphis Law Review where she published an article entitled "The Equally Shared Parenting Time Presumption – A Cure-All or a Quagmire for Tennessee Child Custody Law." Since that time, Melissa has focused her practice almost solely on family law honing her skills in divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, and other domestic relations issues.

Melissa has handled a wide variety of family law cases including those focused only on child custody or child support, as well as divorce cases involving marital businesses and high asset cases. Melissa understands the unique difficulties her client may experience while going through a divorce, including not just the legal consequences, but also the financial and emotional side effects. Melissa always provides her clients a cost-benefit analysis, assessing the legal strengths and weaknesses of a client's case versus the financial repercussions involved in pursuing a specific matter. This evaluation includes a discussion of the financial cost of continuing litigation to achieve the desired result, and the emotional toll not only on the client but on the family as a whole.

Focused for the welfare of the children involved in any domestic relations process, Melissa is a certified Guardian Ad Litem trained to represent the best interests of the children. During her analysis of those cases involving children, Melissa focuses on the best interests of the children involved and assists her clients in obtaining the best result possible. Melissa also represents clients in step-parent and relative adoptions.

While Melissa is a zealous advocate for her clients and will take a case to trial if necessary, she understands that the outcome in many cases should not be determined by a Judge but should be determined by the parties. Melissa utilizes her skills as negotiator in mediation and settlement conferences to help her clients reach a settlement whenever possible.

Melissa resides with her husband and two children in Forsyth County.

Education
B.A. in Communication, University of Tennessee (Chattanooga), 2003
J.D., University of Memphis, 2007 - Cum Laude

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Bar Association - Family Law Section
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2007, Family Law Section, Active Member
Forsyth County Bar Association - Member Since: 2008, Member of Legislative Committee

Certifications And Training Certified Guardian Ad Litem (2007 through present)

Publications
"The Equally Shared Parenting Time Presumption - A Cure-All or a Quagmire for Tennessee Child Custody Law," The University of Memphis Law Review (2007)

Alyssa Vaughn - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney alyssa vaughn Alyssa Vaughn joined Meriwether and Tharp after having owned her own practice. While she was a solo practitioner, Alyssa worked in a variety of practice areas including criminal law, probate law, property law, and family law. Her background in these other areas of law, make her particularly knowledgeable regarding issues of asset division and the necessary steps required to effectuate a transfer in property from one party to another. Alyssa also has experience working with cases in which a personal injury settlement may be subject to equitable division.

Alyssa is also familiar with different business structures whereas her educational background in Business Administration assists her when determining how to best divide a marital business. She understands that the value for most businesses does not just include the net proceeds but also the business relationships they maintain with vendors and their customers. Understanding that there are multiple facets to a business and an indefinite number of ways to divide an interest in a business, allows Alyssa to think outside the box.

Having received additional legal training as a civil and domestic mediator, Alyssa has a keen understanding of the negotiation and the mediation process. This understanding aids Alyssa in creating solutions to a wide variety of problems and issues when helping parties reach an agreement. She knows that family law is an intensely personal and unique area of law and often the parties come out ahead if they get the opportunity to decide issues themselves rather than having a Judge order them.

Education
B.B.A., Georgia State University, 2003 -Magna Cum Laude
J.D., Georgia State University College of Law, 2007

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Bar Association - Member Since: 2008, Active Member
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2008, Family Law Section
Forsyth County Bar Association - Member Since: 2010, Member

Certifications And Additional Qualifications
Civil Mediation and Arbitration Training (2007)
Domestic Relations Mediation Course (2008)

Publications
"Are Personal Injury Awards Subject to Equitable Division in a Georgia Divorce - Part 1" Atlanta Divorce Lawyer Blog (2012)
"Are Personal Injury Awards Subject to Equitable Division in a Georgia Divorce - Part 2" Atlanta Divorce Lawyer Blog (2012)

Melissa S. Bowen -Attorney

atlanta ga attorney melissa bowen Melissa has been working in the area of family law for ten years. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Melissa worked as a legal assistant for a family law solo practice learning the basic procedures involved in a family law case. Continuing to develop her skills in this area of law, Melissa was promoted to paralegal and continued working in this position throughout college and during summer breaks from law school. During this time, Melissa learned the "ins and outs" of various Court processes, the nuances of working with different Judges, and became very familiar with drafting pleadings, complex motions, discovery, and settlement agreements.

After graduating law school and earning her Bar license, Melissa successfully opened her own firm The Law Office of Melissa S. Bowen in Gainesville, Georgia. Finding that she preferred a team atmosphere that allowed her to collaborate with fellow family law attorneys to better help her clients, Melissa joined Meriwether and Tharp, LLC in 2011 bringing with her almost ten years of experience in family law.

Melissa's passion for family law stems from her innate desire to help and seek justice for others, and particularly those who are going through a difficult time in their lives. She provides competent legal guidance taking into account her client's mental, emotional and financial needs. Melissa is very dedicated to her cases and works diligently to ensure that her client's needs and goals are met.

On a personal level, Melissa is active in her Church and volunteers throughout her community focusing her work on homeless outreach, education, and domestic violence intervention.

Education
B.S. in Political Science, North Georgia College and State University, 2007
J.D., Atlanta's John Marshall Law School, 2009

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Bar Association - Member Since: 2010
American Bar Association - Advisory Panel Member Since: 2011
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2010, Family Law Section
Forsyth County Bar Association - Member Since: 2011, Active Member
Atlanta Bar Association - Member Since: 2011, Family Law Section
Atlanta Bar Association - Member Since: 2011, Women in the Profession Section
Atlanta Bar Association - Member Since: 2011, Young Lawyers Division

Robin K. Love - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney robin love Robin Love joined Meriwether & Tharp, LLC in 2011. Prior to joining Meriwether & Tharp, LLC, Robin Love worked for a mid-sized law firm where she handled complex commercial litigation related matters.

Robin uses her ability to analyze financial and other business documents for her family law cases, particularly those involving large marital estates or family businesses in need of equitable division. Robin approaches her family law cases with the goal of balancing the legal demands of the case and the emotional and financial needs of her client. Robin handles cases addressing a variety of family law issues including divorce, child custody, child support, modification, contempt, legitimation, paternity and family violence actions.

Although Robin strongly believes that the most emotionally and financially effective means of resolving domestic relations matters is through a collaborative approach, she is ready and willing whenever necessary and appropriate to advocate for her clients in and out of the courtroom.

Education
Associate of Science in Computer Information Systems, Northeast Alabama Community College, 2001, Magna Cum Laude
B.A. in History and Pre-Law, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 2003, Cum Laude
J.D., John Marshall School of Law, 2009

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Bar Association - Member Since: 2006, Active Member
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2009, Active Member
Georgia Association for Women Lawyers - 2006-2010
Forsyth County Bar Association - Member Since: 2012, Active Member

Certifications And Additional Qualifications
Certified Neutral Civil Mediator, Registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (2011)

Elizabeth C. Doak - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney elizabeth doak Elizabeth Doak joined Meriwether and Tharp, LLC in 2010, and has worked exclusively in family law ever since. Elizabeth's passion is to help others through the entire divorce process and work to help parties reach an amicable resolution. Elizabeth has assisted in the successful litigation of a variety of cases involving divorce, child custody, modification, contempt, and uncontested divorces. She derives her greatest joy from knowing that she has, even in a small way, helped her client through his or her divorce.

Elizabeth graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism where she served as Editor-in-Chief for the university yearbook, and interned at the Catalyst, a Chicago-based magazine focusing on issues related to public education. Elizabeth is a strong writer and can clearly articulate and argue for her clients to opposing parties, opposing counsel, and the Court.

Elizabeth attended the University of Tennessee College of Law where she majored in Advocacy and Alternative Dispute Resolution, and her education included advanced courses in mediation and negotiation. Elizabeth is trained as a civil mediator and is registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution, which allows her to serve as a mediator in a variety of civil law suits. Elizabeth's familiarity with various negotiation strategies helps to assist her clients in reaching an agreement that reflects their best interests and desires.

During law school, Elizabeth worked as an advocate for individuals with disabilities at the Disability Resource Center, and fought for greater access to Knoxville's public transit system. She also served as a student attorney who represented victims of domestic violence and gained orders of protection via contested hearings and trials in Knox County's Fourth Circuit Court through the University of Tennessee's Domestic Violence Clinic. On the weekends, she volunteered with Legal Aid of East Tennessee. Elizabeth brings her passion to help others to her family law practice, and understands that going through a divorce can be a very difficult process for parents and for children. Elizabeth's legal advice incorporates her knowledge of the law but also her sensitivity to the mental and emotional stresses a divorce can have on an entire family.

Elizabeth is particularly focused on the wellbeing of the children involved in any divorce and is a trained Guardian Ad Litem. She is familiar with the factors that a Court will review when determining custody and visitation issues and that the Court's primary focus is the best interest of the child. Utilizing her extensive background in Alternative Dispute Resolution, training as a mediator and Guardian Ad Litem, Elizabeth provides advice and guidance to her clients through what can be a difficult process.

Education
B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University, 2004
J.D., University of Tennessee, 2010

Professional & Bar Association Memberships American Bar Association - Member Since: 2010, Active Member
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2010, Family Law Section
Atlanta Bar Association - Member Since: 2010, Family Law Section

Certifications And Additional Qualifications
Neutral Civil Mediator, Registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (2010 through present)
Guardian Ad Litem, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, (2012 through present)

Publications
"Using a Co-Parenting Coordinator in a Georgia Divorce," Atlanta Divorce Lawyer Blog (2012)

Courtney H. Carpenter - Attorney

atlanta ga attorney courtney carpenter Courtney Henderson Carpenter is an associate with Meriwether and Tharp, LLC and provides representation in all areas of the firm's family law practice. She joined Meriwether and Tharp, LLC in 2011 bringing with her a passion to help her clients through difficult times in their life.

Courtney attended Kennesaw State University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, a Minor in International Affairs and a Certification in Professional Politics. Courtney earned her Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law. While at Emory, Courtney joined the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and volunteered her time at Student Legal Services, a public interest program that provides pro bono legal services to those in need in the Emory community. Additionally, Courtney worked as a research assistant to Professor Victoria F. Nourse, which allowed her to further refine her legal research and writing skills.

Courtney has extensive legal experience, which she gained even before attending law school, working as a legal secretary, and then as a junior paralegal. Her experience enables her to effectively navigate the litigation process. Courtney works diligently to obtain the best result possible for her clients based on their goals.

Courtney resides in Atlanta with her husband, John, and their dog, Chloe.

Education
J.D., Emory University School of Law, 2010
B.S., Kennesaw State University, 2006 - Political Science with a Minor in International Affairs and a Certificate in Professional Politics, magna cum laude

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2010 through present
American Bar Association, Family Law Section - Member Since: 2011 through present
American Bar Association, Business Law Section - Member Since: 2011 through present
American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division - Member Since: 2011 through present

Publications
"Parenting Plans in Georgia," Atlanta Divorce Lawyer Blog (2012)

Amy Latrese Martin -Attorney

atlanta ga attorney amy latrese martin Latrese Martin joined Meriwether and Tharp, LLC as an associate in 2012. As an associate attorney, Latrese provides her clients with representation in all areas of family law. Latrese brings with her a passion for family law, as well as the compassion and consideration that her clients need as they go through what is often the most difficult time in their lives.

Latrese attended Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History. Ms. Martin earned her Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law, where she was a member of the Emory University Mock Trial Society. As a member of the society, Latrese obtained and developed invaluable trail and advocacy skills. Although Latrese recognizes the important role that alternative dispute resolution plays in family law, her advocacy skills enable her to provide her client's with stellar representation in any arena, whether it be at mediation or at trial.

While a student at Emory Law, Latrese also worked as a law clerk for several law firms and government offices. While clerking for these law firms and government offices, she gained invaluable experience in several areas of the law, primarily family law. This experience allowed Latrese to further refine her advocacy, legal research and writing skills, while becoming intimately familiar with the practice of family law in Georgia. Latrese's legal experience provides her with the tools necessary to effectively and efficiently guide her clients through the litigation process, and achieve her clients' goals.

Education
J.D., Emory University School of Law, 2012
National Order of Barristers - Eighth Annual ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law Student Trial Advocacy Competition (Regional Champion, National Semi-Finalist)
B.A., Millsaps College, 2009 - Millsaps College Arts and Letters Colloquium Presenter

Professional & Bar Association Memberships
State Bar of Georgia - Member Since: 2012
American Bar Association, Family Law Section - Member Since: 2012
American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division - Member Since: 2012

Publications
Contributor, Lamar Inn of Court, "Sovereign Immunity in Georgia," (Atlanta 2012) (Seminar paper surveying the doctrine of sovereign immunity relative to state tort cases in Georgia with an emphasis on the State Tort Claims Act)
"Child Custody and Child Support in Mississippi", Christian Unity Magazine (2012)
"In Georgia, Visitation is Not Conditioned on Payment of Child Support," Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2012)
"Fathers' Rights and Legitimation in Georgia," Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2012)
"Post-Nuptial Agreements in Georgia" Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2012)
"May a Judge Refuse to Grant a Georgia Divorce When The Parties Allege Their Marriage is Irretrievably Broken?" Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2013)
"What Constitutes Fraud Sufficient to Obtain an Annulment in Georgia?" Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2013)
"May I File a Contempt Action in Response To My Ex-Spouse's Petition for Modification?" Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2013)
"Georgia Step Parent Adoption," Atlanta Divorce Attorney Blog (2013)

Address:
Alpharetta Office
11475 Great Oaks Way
Suite 125
Alpharetta, Georgia 30022
Phone: (678)879-9000
Canton Office
270 East Main Street
Suite B, Century Building
Canton, Georgia 30114
Phone: (678)879-9000
Atlanta Office:
3340 Peachtree Road
Suite 1800
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Phone: (678)879-9000
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