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Ms. Audrey Shapiro Chapman

Audrey Shapiro Chapman PC

Audrey S. Chapman is the sole practitioner for Audrey Shapiro Chapman P.C. Mrs. Chapman has served as lead counsel and has extensive experience in numerous civil trials, including those involving divorce, child support, alimony, child custody, grandparent custody, property division, adoption and international adoption, and grandparent rights. She has developed a specialty in advising clients in complex financial and business-related divorces, as well as high conflict family law matters. She is licensed in the State, Superior, Appellate, and Supreme Courts of Georgia.


Mrs. Chapman is the Associate Juvenile Court Judge in Glynn County Juvenile Court and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and a member of the Family Law Section. She has served on the YWCA board and the Children's Advocacy Center advisory board.  Additionally, she is a member of the American Bar Association and the Glynn County Bar Association.  


Mrs. Chapman earned her license to practice law in Georgia in 2006.  She received her J.D. from Florida Coastal School of Law and has been in private practice as a solo practitioner since 2008. Before becoming the Associate Juvenile Court Judge in Glynn County in 2014, Mrs. Chapman would frequently serve as a Guardian Ad Litem for children of parents in custody or divorce actions in the Superior Courts of the Brunswick Judicial Circuit, as well as appointed counsel for Glynn and Camden County drug courts from 2008 until 2014.


Mrs. Chapman is married with two children.   


When away from the office, she enjoys running, boating, and traveling.