Gainesville, Georgia, Lawyers
Experienced General Practice Attorneys Serving Georgia
Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP, is a general practice law firm located in Gainesville, Georgia. For more than 70 years, our lawyers have provided quality legal representation to individuals and businesses in matters relating to family law, real estate, business law, personal injury, estate planning and more.
- Adultery Effect On Alimony
- To Date or Not to Date During a Divorce
- Legitimation of a Minor Child Born Out of Wedlock, and Abandonment of Opportunity Interest
- Third Party Custody and Grand-Parent Visitation in the Superior Courts of Georgia
- After We Get Divorced, Which Parent Will Get to Deduct the Child or Children as a Dependent on a Tax Return?
- Why Not Every Grandparent is a Candidate for “Grandparent Visitation”
- Can’t we All Just Get Along?
- Do I Have to Take My Child To An Extra-Curricular Activity Not Agreed Upon When It Occurs During My Parenting Time?
- Texts, Facebook, Twitter, and Other Social Media Communications are Traceable
- Two “Wrongs” Don’t Make a “Right”
- What is a Parenting Coordinator?
- Who is required to report child abuse?
- Can the court modify legal custody in a contempt action?
- What Effect Does an Acknowledgment of Paternity Have in Georgia
- Understanding Certain Pitfalls Related to Prenuptial Agreements in Georgia
- Can I claim a portion of my spouse’s personal injury recovery in a divorce action?
- What is a Guardian Ad Litem?
- Does a Child Have the Right to Elect the Parent they want to Live With?
- Georgia’s New Child Support Guidelines Go Into Effect
- Georgia’s New Child Support Guidelines Incomes Shares
- Petitions for Change of Custody
- What is a QDRO?
- Can Final Custody or Visitation Agreements be Altered?
- Facebook and My Space in Domestic Cases
- What is the Meaning of “Secondary Education?”
- How to Save and Print Text Messages
- If I fell and injured myself inside a store, do I have a personal injury claim?
- Recreational Boating Accidents and Injuries in Georgia
- Health Insurance – Do I have to Repay my Carrier if my Case is Successful?
- What is ERISA?
- What is “Stacked” Insurance?
- Why you Have to Sue your own UM Insurance Carrier to Recover
- What to do When Hit by a Hit-and-Run Driver
- Ante Litem and the Rules for Filing Lawsuits Against County, City and State Agencies
- What do I do if you have been injured in an accident?
- Who is covered by my UM Policy?
- Do I need a Lawyer after being in a Car Wreck?
- Should I opt for “Excess” or Add-On” Uninsured Motorist Coverage (UM)?
Probate and Estate Planning
- Understanding the Probate Process
- Do I Need to File for Probate?
- Wills, Trusts and Probate Estates
- Basic Estate Planning Principles
General Legal Articles
- Why do Attorneys Withdraw from Representation?
- Computer Trespassing What you Should Know
- If I take a Polygraph Test, Can I Show the Judge or Jury the Results?
- Ante Litem and the rules for filing lawsuits against county, city and state agencies
- What is ERISA?
- Coleman Chambers – Private Offerings of Securities Under Reg. D
- Stream Buffers and Eminent Domain
- Strict Deadline to Appeal a Condemnation