- John F. Lyndon, Attorney
- Patricia S. Lyndon, Office Manager and Legal Services Coordinator
- Terri Mobley, Paralegal
- Ambrey Mize, Paralegal
John Lyndon graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, in l973, and attended the University of Georgia School of Law, graduating in 1976. He then began the private practice of law in Athens, which is now devoted exclusively to the area of divorce and family law.
In 1999 he was certified as a Family Law Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a designation achieved by a rigorous application process of peer review, written tests, and evaluation of litigation experience.
Mr. Lyndon has served on the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia since 2000 and is a member of the Family Law Section of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
As a member of the Executive Committee of the Family Law Section, he has worked to maintain high standards for the practice of family law in Georgia and has assisted lawmakers in the process of updating and revising state statutes dealing with divorce and family law. He was actively involved with the Georgia state judiciary and other family attorneys in the development and implementation of the new Georgia child support statutes that became effective in January, 2007. In 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 he was invited to speak to the Georgia superior court judges at their annual meetings on the subject of the new child support laws, first as they were being drafted and considered, and after they became law, on their application and implementation. He has spoken on numerous occasions to attorneys around the state on a variety of domestic relations topics, including the child support laws, both in person at seminars in Augusta, Savannah and Atlanta, and on two closed‑circuit broadcasts by Georgia Public Television to various locations attended by approximately 2,000 attorneys. He was also the featured speaker at an educational seminar for the clerks of the superior court judges on the same topic.
He has authored several articles for the Family Law Review published by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia, including an article analyzing and comparing the laws in each state dealing with the issue of child's preference of custodian.
He has been designated a "Georgia Super Lawyer" since 2006. In 2008 he was one of less than fifty Super Lawyers in Georgia with a family law designation, and the only lawyer so designated from the Northeast Georgia area.
Patricia S. Lyndon
Office Manager and Legal Services Coordinator
Tricia attended Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia, majoring in English literature. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa honorary society in her senior year and graduated cum laude in 1968. She was married to John Lyndon in 1969, was employed at the University of Georgia and later as a legal secretary in Athens while he attended law school, and has worked with him since his admission to the bar in 1976. Her responsibilities include providing information about services and fees to prospective clients, scheduling initial consultations, and insuring that clients' needs are met in an efficient, responsive and supportive manner.
Terri Mobley attended Athens Technical College in Athens, Georgia, and received her associate's degree in Paralegal Studies (ABA-approved) in 2003. While attending Athens Technical College, she was named Paralegal Studies Student of the Year and appeared on both the Dean's List and President's List each semester. Prior to attending Athens Technical College, Terri worked for ten years for St. Mary's Health Care System, Inc., as the administrative associate for the Cardiopulmonary Services out-patient department. Terri has been employed with the firm since graduating from Athens Technical College in 2003.
Ambrey graduated from the University of Georgia in 1999 with a BA degree in Romance Languages, cum laude and with honors, and again in 2000 with a BS degree in Psychology, cum laude. She began her legal career with Nelson, Hill, Lord & Beasley (now Hill & Associates) in 2000, specializing in federal employment litigation. In April of 2006, she joined the Law Offices of John F. Lyndon. In addition to her legal work, Ambrey has taught English at Athens Technical College since 2000, and is active in community and volunteer work