John W. Chambers, Jr. is a graduate of Emory University and Emory University School of Law. He
graduated with distinction from the Emory University School of Law in 1979 with a Doctor of Law degree and was a member of the Order of the Coif. He has been employed with the Atlanta firm
of Chambers, Chambers & Chambers, LLP since 1979. He has litigated numerous civil cases, both in the Federal District Courts of Georgia and various
Georgia state courts. His trial experience included the successful prosecution of antitrust, personal injury, breach of contract, and libel cases. He has limited his trial practice over the
last fifteen years, and focused in the areas of business law and corporate law, including formation of corporations and limited liability companies, as well as estate planning and probate
administration. He has been a speaker at several programs presented by the Georgia Center for Continuing Education and has spoken about legal matters to trade associations, as well as church and
civic organizations. John W. Chambers, Jr. has an AV (R) Martindale-Hubbell Lawyer Rating. ("CV, BV and AV are registered
certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies." For an explanation of Martindale-Hubbell Peer
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was chosen as an Atlanta Five Star Wealth Manager (SM), Estate Planning Section, as seen in in the October 2010 issue of Atlanta Magazine. In 2011, he again was chosen as an Atlanta Five
Star Wealth Manager (SM), Estate Planning Section, as seen in the October 2011 issue of Atlanta Magazine. In 2014 and 2015, he again was chosen as an Atlanta Five Star Wealth Manager (SM),
Estate Planning Section, as seen in Atlanta Magazine.
Timothy D. Chambers graduated Magna cum Laude from Mercer University and Walter F. George School of Law of Mercer University. While attending Walter F. George School of Law, he served on the Mercer Law Review (1978-1980). He was the Associate Student Writing Editor for Mercer Law Review from 1979 to 1980. He was born in Atlanta and attended elementary and high school in DeKalb County, Georgia. He entered the private practice of law in June 1980 with the firm of Chambers, Chambers & Chambers. Since 2002, he has served as the City Attorney for Porterdale, Georgia. In 1996, he published an article entitled The Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine: A Chimera in the Void?, in the Journal of the Medical Association of Georgia. He has represented clients in business litigation, as well as other civil legal matters. In connection with appellate court matters, he has written legal briefs for the prevailing parties on appeal on a number of occasions. His areas of practice include business law, corporate law, business disputes, and business litigation.
Teresa A. (Chambers) Cebulski is the sister of John, Jr. and Tim Chambers. She was personal secretary to John W. Chambers, Sr. for twenty years. She has been with the firm since its inception and serves as legal assistance to John, Jr. and Tim. She serves as the office and accounts manager and provides administrative services in connection with probate services provided by the firm.