Lanier Coulter, Jr. - owner/founder of the firm. He is a 1998 graduate of Oglethorpe
and a 2001 graduate of Emory University School of Law, where
he was the recipient
of the Attorneys' Title Guaranty Fund
Lanier is a
member of the state Bar of Georgia and the DeKalb County Bar
Association. He is
the author of "Don't Wait Until it's Too Late, Statutes of
Limitation and How They Can Affect Your Association's
Rights" which appeared in Georgia
Commons, a Publication of Community Associations Institute of
practices primarily in the area of community association law.
Lanier assists associations in interpretation and
enforcement of their governing documents (covenant enforcement
and collection of assessments) and in the negotiation, financing
and execution of major renovation and rehabilitation projects.
He is an instructor of continuing education courses for
community association managers and attorneys, including, "Dealing
With Difficult People," "Problem Solving for Planned
Communities," and "Condominium Law."
Currently Lanier serves as a member of the Amicus
Committee the Community Association Institute and a member of
the Legislative Action Committee for the Georgia for Chapter of the Community Association Institute.
He was the recipient of the 2011 Rising Star Award in the
Lanier at: email@example.com