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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
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Legal Answers
276 Questions Answered

Q. My son's are 17 and 18 I never have received child support for my children it was set years ago
A: File for contempt. Whoever told you that was wrong. Child support arrears never go away.
Q. Will my refund be taken if my husband owes back child support from a different state then I live in now
A: They are just looking for his money, so if you file separately you should be fine. Talk to a tax professional about your options to protect yourself.
Q. I gave custody to my mom because I didn't want my son how can i get him back. He is only 3 months old.
A: Take care of yourself first, then try to get your child back. Your ability to get the child back depends on the order giving your mother custody. If DFCS is involved, it may be a long road to get him back, if at all. Talk to a local attorney about your options and bring a copy of the order granting your mother custody.
Q. Hello, I was divorced in 2010 and my ex-husband got the house. He was supposed to refinance the house in one year. Never
A: It was his responsibility to refinance. Other than the credit hit, it would appear that he has no recourse in the courts.
Q. I, the father, failed a drug test, and have to have supervised visitation, how do i get my children and rights to them?
A: Produce a clean drug screen would be a start. It's easy to deflect blame to your attorney, but you should start looking in the mirror and tighten up if you want custody. Get yourself in a program and complete it and produce clean drug screens. Show the court that you care about your child more than the drugs.
Q. I am helping ex wife obtain housing by co signing lease. Can cs payment be made direct to landlord for 1st year?
A: You need to get your arrangement in writing. If you get something in writing that she accepts that in lieu of support then it will likely not be considered a gift. That said, the only way to be sure is to modify your court order.
Q. Need info about an illegal marriage
A: Your marriage is void as a matter of law. No need for a divorce because you were never technically married.
Q. How do I reply to being served with custody papers, as a result of child support being filed?
A: This has more to do with establishing his rights than anything else. Talk to an attorney about your options in defending this case.
Q. If there are two Defendants on a civil case does each have 50 Interrogatories
A: Yes. Each party can use their statutorily allotted interrogatories. If you want to team up, it can be beneficial, however, it's probably better to just take a deposition if you are going to use that many interrogatories.
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Fayetteville Office
465 N. Jeff Davis Dr.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Telephone: (770) 461-2025
Fax: (770) 461-2026
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125 Townpark Drive
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Telephone: (770) 461-2025
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