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Kevin Mammola Named Georgia Rising Star By Super Lawyers

Atlanta Divorce Attorney Kevin Mammola

For the second consecutive year, Cordell & Cordell Atlanta divorce attorney Kevin Mammola has been named a Georgia Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers Magazine. [Read more…]

Kevin Mammola, Diona Potter Named Georgia Rising Stars By Super Lawyers

Super LawyersCordell & Cordell Atlanta divorce attorneys Kevin Mammola and Diona Potter were recently named Georgia Rising Stars in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers Magazine.  [Read more…]

Atlanta, Georgia Attorney Spotlight: Kevin Mammola

Attorney Spotlight Kevin Mammola

Cordell & Cordell Atlanta divorce attorney Kevin Mammola says one of Atlanta’s best qualities also presents one of the biggest challenges when it comes to practicing family law. [Read more…]

Diona Potter Named Georgia Rising Star By Super Lawyers

Super LawyersCordell & Cordell Atlanta divorce attorney Diona Potter has been selected to the 2016 Georgia Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers Magazine. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.  [Read more…]

Joe Cordell Divorce Discussion with WAEC 860 Radio in Atlanta

Love 860 radioThis week, Cordell & Cordell principal partner Joseph Cordell spoke on Love 860 WAEC Radio about fatherhood.

Mr. Cordell discussed the importance of fatherhood, child custody and child support issues that often affect men and the changes he’s seen in the last few years with many men actively seeking out more parenting time with their children.

He mentioned that, in terms of custody, many men who are clients of Cordell & Cordell are “more ambitious than social workers, attorneys or ex [partners] might believe and want more than just scraps from the table.”

Mr. Cordell spoke about the recent trends with fathers, their roles and their motivations to have rights to their children.

“Originally, men were seen as paychecks, and it was believed that the mothers did all the nurturing,” explained Mr. Cordell. “But now, thankfully, guys are coming back and demanding their rightful place in their kids’ lives.”

Listen to a complete audio clip of the radio show below.