Tracy Ann Moore-Grant
Tracy Ann Moore-Grant has practiced exclusively in the area of family law in the North Georgia area since 2002. She has focused her practice on all issues related to families including divorce, child custody, child support, domestic violence and contempt issues. She regularly handles matters which may be low conflict such as an uncontested divorce or complex family law matters such as cases involving psychological custody evaluations and small business and retirement division.
University of Memphis School of Law
Juris Doctor - 2002
North Georgia College and State University
Bachelor of Science - 1999
Tracy is the founder of the Amicable Divorce Network, a network of legal, financial and other professionals dedicated to working together to achieve a respectful divorce for their clients. This non-adversarial approach to divorce leaves both parties in a much better financial and psychological state than a bitter dispute.
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Areas Of Practice
Ms. Moore has a client driven focus with her approach to the practice of law and believes in treating each case as a partnership with the client and takes steps to accomplish a client’s goals. She has begun to focus her practice on uncontested, cooperative, and respectful divorces to assist the parties in navigating the court system in a low conflict manner. Ms. Moore is also a registered mediator and arbitrator as well as a trained guardian ad litem and parent coordinator.
- Family Law
- Divorce (contested and uncontested)
- Child Custody & Support
- Alimony and Spousal Support
- Legitimation and Paternity Matters
- Interstate Child Support & Custody Matters involving Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction & Enforcement Act
- Grandparent Custody/Visitation
- Family Violence/Temporary Protective Orders
- Modification of Custody and Child Support
- Guardian ad Litem to Superior Court
Ms. Moore-Grant enjoys being involved in her community and has received several awards and recognitions over the years. She was given the AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubble in 2018 which is the highest rating an attorney can receive for legal ability and ethical standards.