- State Bar of Georgia, 1996
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 1998
- U.S. District Court Middle District of Georgia, 1998
- Georgia Court of Appeals, 1998
- Supreme Court of Georgia, 1998
- American Bar Association
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Atlanta Bar Association
- Gwinnett County Bar Association
- North Fulton Bar Association
- St. Pius X Catholic Highschool, Atlanta, Georgia 1987
- Rollins College, Winter Park, Fl. 1991
- Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University 1995
- Divorce and Deferred Compensation Packages
- Divorce Settlements That Maximize Tax Deductions for Alimony Payments
- Divorce Lawyers Guide to Immigration Law.
- Aquino v. The State, 308 Ga.App. 163
- Perez v. The State, 254 Ga. App. 872
Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don t.
(Pete Seeger in Loose Talk, ed. by Linda Botts, 1980)
Martin M. del Mazo, Attorney at Law
Mr. del Mazo earned his law degree in 1996 from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law. After graduation, he worked as a prosecutor in the Fulton County Solicitor General’s Office. During his career as a prosecutor Mr. del Mazo honed his trial advocacy skills and also developed a keen appreciation for the art of trial advocacy.
Mr. del Mazo has been practicing Family Law in Georgia since 1995. In the past five years, Mr. del Mazo has begun to distinguished himself among Georgia’s family law attorneys. He has received both local and national attention for his trial advocacy skills and client advocacy.
Because of his commitment to his clients Mr. del Mazo has had great success in the courtroom. He believes there is no substitute for preparation. His commitment to the process of trial advocacy has resulted in considerable success for his clients.
A significant portion of Mr. del Mazo s practice has focused on Family Law. These matters often involve both complex legal issues and complicated emotional issues. He and his firm have significant experience in litigation related to both the distribution of marital assets, and the protection of a parent’s child custody rights. He has handled both interstate and international adoptions as well as international custody fights. He is experienced in using mediation, arbitration, and collaborative law as alternative methods of dispute resolution in divorce cases.
Mr. del Mazo prides himself, not only for having a history of successfully resolving complex legal matters for his clients, but also providing a high level of personal service to each client regardless of the nature or size of the legal matter. Although Mr. del Mazo has achieved a level of success in his professional life, his proudest accomplishment, by far, is the relationship he has with his wife and five children.
While not at work, with so many small children, Mr. del Mazo is able to keep his family law negotiation skills sharp, as in house counsel and second in command, in his own home, he is often called upon to resolve heated disputes concerning such pressing family matters as: the age appropriateness of bed times, the ownership rights to articles of clothing among siblings (usually shoes), determinations of who was actually in first in the TV room, and of course, why something so obviously unfair is, in fact, completely appropriate. Obviously, much of this work is done at a substantially reduced fee.
If you feel that you could benefit from the advise and counsel of an individual with both significant personal and professional family law experience please feel free to make an appointment today to speak directly with Mr. del Mazo.
Law Office of Martin M. Del Mazo
Atlanta Divorce Attorneys
750 Hammond Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30328