Andrea Coleman has practiced law in the Georgia since 2009. While gaining experience in various fields like Unemployment, Public Housing, Land/Tenant, Bankruptcy, Wills and Estates, and Contracts, she has practiced mostly Family and Consumer Law. Growing up with an Atlanta Legal Aid attorney as a father (a forty-year practitioner), Andrea Coleman was always taught to lend a voice to those who are normally not heard. In law school, she volunteered with Atlanta Legal Aid, and saw firsthand what became the heart of her solo practice. Representing and advising clients in family law and consumer cases.
As a family law attorney, and as someone with a BA in Psychology, she understands that Divorce, Separation, or establishing Visitation or Child Support can be a turbulent time in a family's life. With experience in divorce/separation, legitimation, child support, child custody and visitation, contempt, temporary protective orders, and modifications, Andrea Coleman offers services ranging from representation to document review and consultations (flat fee services). Mediation can be a time and money-saving alternative to litigation. As a certified mediator, Andrea Coleman is available to assist in the resolution of your family law issue. The majority of cases that take advantage of mediation result in a settlement agreement.
As a consumer protection attorney, Andrea Coleman has dealt with issues from Automobile Repossessions to Bankruptcy. Her specialties include The Fair Business Practices Act and The Federal Debt Collection Act. If you are a victim of identity theft, being harassed about by a debt collector or about a debt that isn't yours or has been inflated, it's important that you know your rights. Also, if you're having problems with credit reporting or a credit rehabilitation company, call Attorney Coleman and find out what your options are.
Above all, Andrea Coleman strives to serve the public through informing, representing, and empowering the general population through passionate and ethical services and advice. It is a tradition rooted not only in her practice, but in her family as well. No matter the cultural background, gender, or socio-economic status, every voice deserves to be heard.