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Tony A. Taylor

Tony A. Taylor

Protecting your Family, Freedom, and Fortune.
  • Divorce, Criminal Law, Family Law...
  • Georgia
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Summary

Attorney Tony A. Taylor is a founding partner at Daniels & Taylor, P.C. where he practices in many areas of the law, including family law, criminal law, juvenile law, wills and estates, and divorce law. He is admitted to practice law in Georgia and before the U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia. Tony holds a B.B.A from Oglethorpe University and a J.D. from Atlanta Law School.
Over the years, Tony has taught numerous classes and seminars on a variety of legal topics, including general mediation training, divorce and family law mediation training, and domestic violence mediation.
Tony also served in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged in 1970.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Traffic Tickets
  • Personal Injury
  • Juvenile Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Georgia
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
Daniels & Taylor, P.C.
- Current
Owner
Tony A. Taylor, P.C.
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Education
Atlanta Law School
J.D. (1987)
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Oglethorpe University
B.B.A. (1976) | Accounting and Business Administration
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Honors: magna cum laude
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Awards
Best Full Service Firm
Gwinnett Magazine
Voted as Best of Gwinnett in Category
Best Criminal Defense Law Firm
Gwinnett Magazine
Voted as Best of Gwinnett in Category
Best Personal Injury Law Firm
Gwinnett Magazine
Voted as Best of Gwinnett in Category.
Best Bankruptcy Advisers
Gwinnett Magazine
Voted as Best of Gwinnett in Category.
Good Conduct Medal
United States Army
Army Commendation Medal
United States Army
Professional Associations
Georgia State Bar # 001280
Member
- Current
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Gwinnett County Bar Association
Member
- Current
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Walton County Bar Association
Member
- Current
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Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Member
- Current
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Publications
Speaking Engagements
Strategies and Challenges of Running a Sole Practice, Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Sole Practitioners Law Society
Mr. Taylor spoke to a group of Law students about how his business experience before becoming a family law attorney prepared him for running and growing his divorce practice.
Certifications
Mediator
Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution
Websites & Blogs
Website
Visit Website
Blog
DUI Lawyer Website
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. my wife is moving in with her boyfriend and wants to take the kids before the divorce is final. If its uncontest do i
A: You definitively have a say in your children's lives, especially if they are moving far away. If you don't want your kids to move but your wife wants to take the kids, then you disagree about the terms of custody and your divorce should be contested. Only If you both come to an agreement should you have an uncontested divorce. Child custody is always determined based what is in the best interest of your child. Trial Judges are given a lot of discretion in considering factors such as: --Will you be able to maintain a full and continuous relationship with your child if they move away? --What is the effect of the move on extended family relationships now and in the new location? --Depending on your child's age, what do they want? --Why does your wife want to move? --How long has your child lived where they live now and how stable is the environment? There are a really a lot more factors and it is best to talk to an attorney who can analyze your specific situation. Remember though, if you have an uncontested divorce without an attorney to represent your custody interest, you might be stuck with your decision for two years unless there is a change in circumstances after the divorce is final. Custody and visitation with your child is simply too important for you and your kids to just sign papers without advice from your own lawyer and not just a Mediator.
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Contact & Map
Daniels & Taylor, P.C.
390 W Crogan St
Ste 300
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
USA
Telephone: (770) 766-3447