Philip Coe

150 Howard Lane
Fayetteville, Georgia 30215
United States
Office Phone: 770-719-9363
Member since 2007
Membership Type: IACP



Offering Collaborative Divorce and a full range of Dispute Resolution services to the South Atlanta Metro Area

Area(s) of Practice: Civil Law, Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation
License(s): Member, State Bar of Georgia ~

Undergraduate Education

B.A., Univerity of Florida (1971)

Postgraduate Education

M.B.A., Georgia State University (1986)

Master of Theological Studies, Candler School of Theology, Emory University (2001)

Professional Education

J.D., Harvard Law School (1975)


The collaborative approach to divorce practice is a natural offshoot of my experience in seminary at Candler School of Theology. Although I have been a divorce lawyer for many years, I now unabashedly approach family law practice from a Christian view of the world, with a firm belief that the true treasures in life are not material, but rather spiritual; that while we cannot always heal a relationship, we can at least try to prevent the scars and the pain that is so much a part of many contested divorces; and that the parties to a divorce owe it to themselves, their children and their extended families to accomplish a dissolution of the marriage with dignity, understanding, and in a way that does not destroy the many other ties that bind us, one to another.