Shalamar Parham is a community-oriented divorce and family law attorney. Shalamar is managing principal of Parham Law Firm, LLC, a family law firm in Atlanta, Jonesboro and Macon. Shalamar tirelessly represents her clients in divorce, child support, legitimation, and child custody matters.
Shalamar obtained her juris doctorate degree from John Marshall Law School.
Shalamar is proud to give back to the community that she services. Shalamar serves the community through her positions with various community and professional organizations. Shalamar serves on non-profit boards, provides pro bono services to legal aid clients, and is an avid speaker on topics ranging from domestic violence to divorce to child custody.
Shalamar is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and several voluntary bar associations. Shalamar is also an alumni of the 2012 State Bar of Georgia YLD Leadership Academy.
Shalamar was selected for SuperLawyers Georgia Rising Star in 2013, 2014 and 2015 in recognition for her work in family law.
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