Bryan L. Rayburn
Bryan Rayburn in a partner in the firm. Orginally from Chattanooga, his practice centers around family law, including divorces, child custody, child support, contempt actions, and modification actions. Bryan spends a majority of his time litigating family law issues in both Superior and Juvenile Court.
In addition to his family law practice, Bryan also practices in the areas of criminal defense, estate planning, personal injury, and wrongful death. Bryan is the Chief Judge in Cohutta, Georgia, and the Prosecutor in Tunnel Hill, Georgia.
Bryan graduated magna cum laude from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. During law school, Bryan held an 18-month internship with the Conasauga Judicial Circuit's District Attorney's Office practicing under Georgia's Civil Practice Act. During his internship, Bryan was afforded the opportunity to try eleven criminal jury trials. Additionally, he was an academic research assistant in the areas of criminal law and tort law, and received the CALI Award for Academic Excellence in Wills, Trusts and Estates.
Bryan is an alumnus of Ole Miss, graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in History. While in Oxford, Bryan was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honors Society, as well as a member of the Alpha Upsilon Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order.
Bryan is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, and a past President and member of the Conasauga Bar Association. Bryan has also been admitted to practice before the Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court, and the Northern District of Georgia.
Bryan is an avid Atlanta Braves fan. He and his wife, Nicki, and their two children reside in Dalton where they attend Dalton First United Methodist Church. In addition to his law practice, Bryan is on the Board of Trustees at both Dalton First Untied Methodist Church and the Northwest District of the United Methodist Church. Bryan also donates his time by coaching boys' baseball every year for the County Recreation Department.
Ole Miss - Oxford, Mississippi
Atlanta's JMLS - Atlanta, Georgia