Gina Grady started her legal career as a Walton County Assistant Public Defender, representing clients who couldn’t afford an attorney. She has extensive experience in a number of legal practice areas, including family law, criminal defense, and general civil litigation. After running her own law firm for the past 5 years, Gina decided to join Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor.
“I wanted to focus on family law, and my family was moving to Marietta so it was a great time to make a change,” Gina commented. “I was immediately attracted to everyone’s positive attitude and willingness to work as a team for our clients.”
The one word used most often to describe Gina is “focused.” She will find the right solution to even the most complex divorce and family law challenges. Gina has first-hand experience with divorce so she understands how emotional the process can be. Clients find Gina to be very calm and reassuring but ready to fight when needed to protect them.
Gina is very active in the Atlanta legal community. She is a founding attorney for two special courts, Gwinnett County Veterans’ Treatment Court and Gwinnett County Mental Health Court, that are created for those willing to get the right treatment and lead more productive lives. When Gina is not practicing law, you’ll find Gina spending quality family time with her three daughters.
- Georgia, 2002
- Georgia Superior Court
- Court of Appeals
- Georgia Supreme Court
Tulane University School of Law
New Orleans, LA, 2002
Atlanta, Georgia, 1999
Bachelor of Arts
Major: International Studies and Italian
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Atlanta Bar Association
- Cobb Bar Association