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“2020 Georgia Trailblazers,” Daily Report

John L. Collar Jr. of Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery Family Law Firm In the Daily Report’s Georgia Trailblazers September 2020 special section, John Collar was recognized as a trailblazer who is an agent of change in his practice. The article highlights John’s pioneer spirit, the trails he has blazed and his expectations for Read More

Five Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery Shareholders Recognized Among Best Lawyers in America

ATLANTA, Aug. 20, 2020 – Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery is pleased to announce that its five shareholders have all been honored in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Robert D. Boyd, John L. Collar, Jr., Richard M. Nolen, Jonathan J. Tuggle and Tina Shadix Roddenbery are named by the guide as leading Read More

“Limitations Georgia Courts Face in Separate Maintenance Actions,” Family Lawyer Magazine

In an article published in Family Lawyer Magazine, Margaret Simpson discusses separate maintenance actions, or “legal separation,” and limitations Georgia courts face in these cases given that separate maintenance actions are somewhat uncommon and there is limited case law on the subject. Simpson notes that if your client is pursuing a separate maintenance action, he Read More

TINA RODDENBERY RECOGNIZED WITH ROSS ADAMS AWARD FROM STATE BAR OF GEORGIA’S YOUNG LAWYERS DIVISION

ATLANTA, June 12, 2020 – Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery is pleased to announce that its shareholder Tina Roddenbery has again received the Ross Adams Award from the State Bar of Georgia’s Young Lawyers Division (YLD). This award, which is named after the late Ross Adams who served as the YLD president from 1998 Read More

“Co-Parenting, Child Support and COVID-19,” Atlanta Jewish Times

In an article published in the May 31 issue of Atlanta Jewish Times and online on May 29, 2020, Amy Saul Mollengarden discusses custodial arrangements in the time of COVID-19 and other issues that may arise as a result of the previous “shelter in place” orders. “Our new world of social distancing, remote workspaces and Read More

“How is a Legal Separation Different from a Divorce in Georgia?,” Divorce Magazine

In an article published in Divorce Magazine on April 22, 2020, Margaret Simpson details the differences between a separate maintenance action, or “legal separation,” and divorce in Georgia. A separate maintenance action can be an alternative to divorce but, since they are somewhat uncommon, there are some gray areas of the law that people need Read More

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