Chapter: Georgia

The Georgia Chapter of the AAML welcomes you!

The Georgia Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers appreciates your interest in our Chapter.

The Georgia Chapter was established in 1985 and currently has 33 Fellows. The majority are located in the Metropolitan Atlanta area. In addition, we have Fellows in Savannah, Columbus, Macon and Gainesville, Georgia. Our Fellows are Georgia’s leading family law attorneys as well as respected leaders in the field of family law in Georgia. The accomplishments of our Fellows include authoring books on Family Law in Georgia, drafting significant Family Law legislation in Georgia, serving on the Georgia Child Support Commission, representing litigants before Georgia appellate courts which result in significant Family Law case law, past Chairs of both the State Bar of Georgia Family Law Section and the Atlanta Bar Family Law Section, past Chairs of the Charles Weltner Family Law Inn of Court, and a Superior Court Judge. These are a few examples which demonstrate how Georgia Fellows are committed to the Academy’s mission: “To encourage the study, improve the practice, elevate the standards, and advance the cause of matrimonial law, to the end that the welfare of the family and society be protected.”

When a client retains a Fellow from the Georgia Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, that client is assured he or she has hired one of the most qualified, respected, and highly-skilled family law attorneys in the country.
We look forward to assisting you in your family law matter.

View our roster of our members.

Chapter President
Tina S. Roddenbery
Chapter Secretary
Rebecca C. Rieder
Chapter Treasurer
Kelly Anne Miles
Chapter Vice President
Carla F. Stern
Past President
Jonathan R. Levine


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