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Family Law

Our family law attorneys in Macon handle all matters related to family law such as divorce, child custody and child support.

Family Law Practice Areas


Criminal Defense

Our criminal lawyers in Macon have represented thousands of clients charged with criminal offenses from serious felonies to DUI.

Criminal Defense Practice Areas

Car Accidents

Injured? Let the car accident attorneys at the Brodie Law Group help you. Contact our Macon office for help with your claim today.

Car Accident Practice Areas


What Our Law Office Offers


Located in Macon and Gray, our offices are convenient to residents of middle Georgia from Milledgeville, to Gray, to Macon. 

Personal Attention

Our attorneys treat clients as friends, not mere case numbers. We seek to build meaningful relationships with our clients.

Knowledge and Experience

In practice for over a decade, our attorneys have the experience to effectively handle all your legal needs in Macon, whether it involves family law, criminal law or personal injury. 

Helping Hand

Having legal problems? Need a helping hand? We seek to guide all of our clients through the complex legal process step by step. 

Navigate Together

We navigate difficult obstacles together with our clients. Together, we will strive to arrive at the best outcome with the least possible difficultly. 

Results Oriented

We seek to provide the best possible results by providing our clients with exceptional legal service through our knowledge and experience of the legal system.

Articles & Recent Firm News

6 Sep
In Georgia, the determination of the amount of alimony or spousal support awarded to a party is within the sole discretion of the fact finder. Unlike child support, there is no mathematical formula to calculate the amount of alimony a party may be entitled to. What that means is when calculating alimony, a fact finder is essentially given unlimited discretion in determining the following: Whether alimony should be awarded The amount of alimony; and The frequency or duration of alimony In applying this unlimited discretion, a fact finder can consider a variety of factors. Some of these factors are delineated...
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25 Feb
 What steps does someone need to take to legitimize or legitimate their child? Generally, it would be a father filing to have a child legitimized or legitimated. The father, if he was not married to or did not subsequently marry the mother of his child, then he would file an action for legitimation. In that action, he could seek custody and/or visitation. Also, he needs to be prepared that if child support has not been previously ordered then that is something that will be ordered as well in the legitimation action. The legitimation action is an action that gets...
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14 Aug
What is the difference between child custody and adoption? Custody does not sever either parent’s parental rights to the child. If a father filed to seek custody, primary or physical custody, of the child, the mother or other parent would still have custody rights to the child such as visitation, etc. Adoption actually severs the parents ties to a child altogether. It terminates the parent’s rights. No longer will a parent have ANY rights such as custody or visitation. Now, where there is a third party adopting a child – that will terminate both the mother and the father’s rights....
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