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8 Lee Street
Newnan, GA 30263
Phone 770-304-3642
Fax 770-304-3648

With more than twenty years of collective legal and counseling experience, the law firm of Delia T. Crouch handles family law, civil litigation, commercial law and contract disputes. Our lawyers provide legal advice and representation during all phases of a case, from the initial consultation, through preliminary negotiations, mediation, arbitration, litigation and appeals.


Ms. Crouch has been a member of the State Bar of Georgia since June 1984. She began her career in Newnan, Georgia with the former law firm of Sanders, Mottola, Haugen and Mann and was later a shareholder in the firm of Glover & Davis, P.A. In 1996, Ms. Crouch established a firm bearing her own name.

Ms. Crouch has extensive leadership experience with the State Bar of Georgian, reflecting the confidence and esteem of her colleagues throughout Georgia. The positions she has held include her service as a representative on the State Bar of Georgia Board of Governors. She has also served on numerous State Bar Committees including the Long Range Planning Committee; co-chair of the Strategic Planning Task Force; the Judicial Evaluation Committee; the Advisory Committee on Legislation (she was the Chairman from 1999 to 2000); the Committee on Children and the Courts; and the Unauthorized Practice of Law Standing Committee (2001 Supreme Court Appointee).

Ms. Crouch is currently the President of Georgia Legal Services Program, a statewide nonprofit legal organization.

Additionally, Ms. Crouch earned positions on professional and civic boards ranging from Georgia Legal Services, Inc., the Newnan-Coweta County Bar Association, the Junior League of Albany, Georgia, the Albany Symphony Guild, the Albany Symphony Association and Liberty House, a Shelter for Battered Women.

She is a fellow of the Lawyer's Foundation of Georgia and a member of: the Atlanta Lawyers Club, the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, the Newnan Chamber of Commerce, and the First United Methodist Church of Newnan, Georgia.

Ms. Crouch received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Georgia in 1974, her Master of Social Work from Atlanta University in 1980, and her Juris Doctorate from Mercer University in 1984.


Ms. Bowie is a graduate of West Georgia Technical Institute and is currently enrolled in an accredited program pursuing a Paralegal Associate of Applied Science Degree at Clayton College and State University in Morrow, Georgia. Ms. Bowie has participated in numerous continuing legal education courses in addition to her course work. She is a member of the National Association of Legal Assistants.


Civil litigation is the core of the firm's mission. The firm handles commercial and contractual disputes in all courts and most often takes cases involving matrimonial law. Our attorneys handle all issues which arise in domestic relations, including:

  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Separation agreements with alimony and division of assets including business enterprises, 401(k) or other qualified plans, retirement benefits and pensions
  • Operating agreements for family owned businesses
  • Property division including tangible and intangible assets
  • Disputed or contested matters including custody, divorce and separate maintenance
  • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders
  • Federal Apportionment Orders
  • Other legal techniques for transferring assets from one spouse to another, including pension and retirement benefits.

This firm provides services with an emphasis on the timely completion of contested or uncontested matters arising out of marriage; from the filing of a petition to the transfer of awarded benefits. Our focus is on getting our clients through this difficult time as quickly as possible, while tenaciously fighting for a fair division of assets.

Additionally, the firm serves clients with other family matters. These include wills, adoptions and proceedings in juvenile or probate court, the administration of estates, probate of wills, will caveats, guardianships, annual returns for guardians and other matters which must be handled through the Probate Court are handled by the firm.

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Delia Crouch