James Stuart Teague, Jr.
Stuart Teague practices in the State of Georgia in the areas of land use law, real estate law, property law, and business law with an emphasis in litigation and legal counseling. He graduated from Mercer University where he was active in N.D.T. debate and graduated cum laude from Mercer University Law School in Macon, Georgia. He was a member of the Mercer Law Review. He was admitted to practice law in Georgia in 1990. Following school, Mr. Teague was associated with Peterson Young Self & Asselin and its successor firms, Peterson Dillard Young Asselin Powell & Wilson, LLC and Wilson Brock & Irby, LLC, in Atlanta, Georgia. He established a law office in Forsyth County, Georgia in 2001. He has been a member of the Colorado State Bar since 2000. He also received mediator training in 2015.
Mr. Teague has handled complex litigation for builders, developers, homeowners, raw land owners, business associations, property owner associations, and all manner of small and large businesses. His practice has involved legal subjects touching on everything from zoning law, nuisance law, ambulance services, copyright law, real estate sales, broker liability, corporations, contract law, securities litigation, religious organizations, and business associations. In recent years, he has handled a number of land cases involving zoning and and nuisances caused by blasting and storm water flooding. He is also experienced in disputes with homeowner associations and local government. He has extensive experience in dealing with controversial matters pertaining to local government.
He practices under a professional corporation, James Stuart Teague, P.C., which is a member of Teague & Chambless, LLLP.
Mr. Teague spends his spare time with his family. He also enjoys rock climbing and has climbed locations in Alaska, Yosemite, and other states and countries. He holds a current Private Pilot Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration.
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Keisha Martin Chambless
Keisha Chambless was admitted to practice in 2007. She started her legal career as a staff attorney for the Superior Court Circuit in Statesboro, Georgia before moving to Cumming, Georgia in 2009. She focuses on property law, business matters, divorce, and wills and estates.
Ms. Chambless is experienced in both complicated legal analysis and trial work. She was born in Forsyth County, Georgia where her family has resided since receiving one of the original land grants from the State of Georgia in the 1800's. She graduated with honors from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia after receiving a B.S. in Biology from the University of Georgia. She handles commercial and residential real estate closings, wills and estates, divorce matters, business matters, and property litigation. She formerly practiced for Bettis Law Group and now practices under Keisha Martin Chambless, P.C., a member of Teague & Chambless, LLLP.
Mr. Teague and Mrs. Chambless have practiced in the United States Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the Southern District of Georgia, and the Middle District of Georgia, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and the courts in the following counties in Georgia: Fulton, Forsyth, Cherokee, Cobb, Gwinnett, DeKalb, Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Pickens, Fannin, Hall, Emmanuel, Glynn, Sumter, McIntosh, Spalding, Coweta, Paulding, and others. One or more of the attorneys have briefed or argued issues to the appellate courts directly exerting jurisdiction over Georgia matters including the United States Supreme Court.
The following entities are some of the parties, counties and municipalities, insurance companies, and interested persons involved in litigation and legal matters addressed by these attorneys during their careers: Chinmaya of Alpharetta, Inc.; Boulder Properties, Inc.; Cornerstone Residential, Inc.; Peachtree Gardens Residential, Inc.; Crooked Creek Homeowners Association, Inc.; the City of Roswell, Georgia; the City of Alpharetta, Georgia; Dekalb County, Georgia; Gilmer County, Georgia; Cobb County, Georgia; Spalding County, Georgia; the Sheriff of Coffee County, Georgia; the City of Milton, Georgia; the Polo Golf & Country Club Homeowners Association, Inc.; Homeowner Management Services, Inc.; Access Management Group, L.P.; the Villages at Castleberry Homeowners Association II, Inc.; Auto Owners Insurance Company; Progressive Insurance Company; Travelers Insurance Company; CNA Insurance Company; USAA Insurance Company; State Farm Insurance Company; Cincinnati Insurance Company; Shearson Lehman Brothers; D.R. Horton, Inc.; Advanced Ambulance Services, Inc.; Brooksland, Inc.; Lafarge USA; the Manor Property Owners Association; The Georgia Manufactured Housing, Association, Inc.; Pulte Home Corporation; Forsyth County, Georgia; the City of Cumming, Georgia; the City of Atlanta; the City of Roswell, Georgia; Fulton County, Georgia; and others. This list includes adverse parties and clients involved in the firm's legal matters. One or more of the firm's attorneys have also represented clients living in India, Africa, and China. They have also represented and defended cases involving professional athletes on different occasions including but not limited to a few NFL players.