Matt Reeves is a litigation partner at Andersen, Tate & Carr. Matt is passionate about private property rights and litigating important client matters in an excellent manner. His practice covers a wide range of matters within the areas of real estate litigation, commercial and banking litigation, and probate litigation, including representing private property owners and business owners in eminent domain and disputed zoning matters.
Matt has represented clients in the following road projects: Georgia Highway 316, Sugarloaf Parkway Extension, Georgia Highway 20, Pleasant Hill and Buford Highway, Highway 29, Friendship Road/Lanier Islands Parkway. He also provided representation in the Archer High School condemnation and represented the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church in its sale of the Simpsonwood property on the Chattahoochee River to Gwinnett County.
He has successfully obtained justice for clients from juries and judges across Metro Atlanta and the State of Georgia, the Georgia Supreme Court and Georgia Court of Appeals, federal courts, as well as matters in which the parties were able to reach a meeting of the minds before the case went through verdict and appeals.
While in law school, Matt was a Joseph Henry Lumpkin Inn of Court Pupil, and defeated the University of Florida’s moot court team in the Hulsey-Kimbrell Georgia-Florida Moot Court Competition. He also attended the National Institute of Trial Advocacy deposition seminar at Duke University Law School in 2005.
Matt and his wife, Suzette Belote Reeves, son (Paul) and daughters (Susannah and Sarabeth) live in Duluth. Matt is a second-generation attorney, and his father and uncle are courtroom attorneys in Middle and South Georgia.
University of Georgia School of Law
The Bolles School, Jacksonville, Florida