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P. Justin Thrailkill

P. Justin Thrailkill

Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C.
  • Divorce, Family Law, Juvenile Law...
  • Georgia
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Justin devotes his practice primarily to the areas of divorce, custody, and parental advocacy in DFCS matters. As an advocate for the rights of parents, Justin has realized his lifelong passion for helping others in their time of need. Through seven years of practice, Justin has represented a variety of clients in various matters throughout our legal system. He finds great satisfaction in seeing his client’s cases through to a successful resolution, regardless of the challenges that may exist with any particular case. Among his peers, Justin is well known to be a compassionate advocate for his clients, because he firmly believes in the mantra that one should treat others as they wish to be treated. As a father himself, Justin is particularly passionate about the rights of parents, and the protection of those rights. No matter how tough, how unpopular, or how challenging the case, Justin is eager to defend your fundamental right to raise your children.

Prior to forming Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C., Justin was an associate in this Firm’s predecessor, Miller & Brown, P.C. and a summer associate at the Law Office of John B. Miller, LLC.

Outside of his practice, Justin enjoys spending time with his wife, Jennifer, and his daughter, Madison. He is active in his home church, Stockbridge First United Methodist Church, where he has served in various leadership positions. When Justin is not advocating for you, he is cheering for his alma mater, the Georgia Bulldogs, with his family and friends

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Juvenile Law
  • Probate
  • Criminal Law
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C.
- Current
Miller & Brown, P.C.
Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
J.D. (2009) | Law
University System of Georgia - University of Georgia
B.A. (2004) | Political Science
Honors: Hope Scholarship, Rusty Stalnaker Memorial Scholarship
Professional Associations
State Bar of Georgia
- Current
Fayette County Bar Association
- Current
Speaking Engagements
Basic Uncontested Divorces, Uncontested Child Custody Actions, and General Self Representation, Griffin Circuit Family Law Workshop, Fayetteville Library, Fayetteville, GA
Brown, Barbour, & Thrailkill, P.C.
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Legal Answers
726 Questions Answered

Q. Does GA have a abatement law my wife left a year nd a half ago does she still have league rights to the home
A: I agree. If the property was purchased during the marriage, it is still marital property and subject to division. Speak to a family law attorney to assist you with this case so that this matter is handled properly.
Q. Can dfcs make my wife get a TPO on me?
A: No, but they will tell you they can take your children if she does not. You need to see an experienced attorney NOW to stop this bullying.
Q. Extra curricular activities are split 50/50 our paperwork does not specify what curricular activities are... is
A: I would consider this an education expense, but, Regina is right. It's not worth a fight. Pay the $200.00.
Q. Got divorced in Utah,finalized and been paying child support on time. My ex and a daughter lives in PR.
A: Your order should specify when support stops. Talk to a Utah attorney about the matter if your order is unclear.
Q. Questions about incorporating post nupt terms into divorce
A: I agree. You need to speak with an experienced attorney who can do this the right way. If you do not properly incorporate this, you may miss out on alimony or property you are entitled to and it may not be possible to fix it later.
Q. I got served papers in the state of KY 2 days before I moved to the state of GA. In which state should I find a lawyer?
A: In the state where the lawsuit exists.
Q. Can my boyfriend be placed on child support with an ongoing custody case without having been to court to see the judge?
A: Yes, the Court can, and will, enter an order for support in the legitimation or the child support case, whichever comes before the court first. He needs to talk to local counsel about representation. In my experience, Henry County will usually dismiss the child support case if there is a pending legitimation, but only if he has counsel. Otherwise, they will keep the case open.
Q. I'm behind on my child support, set up to have auto pay come out my check weekly but hasnt happened. Can I see my chil
A: Support and visitation are separate concepts. If you have a court order, she could be held in contempt for denying you visitation. If you do not have an order, you need to get a court order for visitation. Talk to an attorney about your case to see what can be done to help you.
Q. Can I file a motion for emergency custody in GA before my daughter is due to return to her father on July 12?
A: No, this is a Pennsylvania case.
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Fayetteville Office
465 N. Jeff Davis Dr.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Telephone: (770) 461-2025
Fax: (770) 461-2026
Kennesaw Office
125 Townpark Drive
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Telephone: (770) 461-2025
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