Kathryn C. Reeder is an accomplished Alpharetta divorce and family law attorney and the founder of Reeder Law Firm. After earning her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University School of Law, Kathryn served as an Assistant District Attorney in Cherokee and Forsyth counties, where she exclusively prosecuted child support cases. Just three years later, she was appointed Special Assistant Attorney General by the Georgia Attorney General’s office and represented the Georgia Child Support Enforcement Office. In that position, she was awarded a "Child Support Attorney of the Year" by the State of Georgia in 1992. Now practicing as both a partner at Reeder Law Firm and Special Assistant Attorney General in child support matters, Attorney Reeder offers invaluable insight and advocacy for her clients as they face contentious and protracted family law disputes. She maintains good standing with the State Bar of Georgia and the State Bar of Georgia Family Law Section, among other legal organizations. Attorney Reeder is also a published author of official handbooks and manuals for Georgians struggling with child support matters and is a frequent speaker on family law matters in the Georgia legal community. To inquire about representation, call Reeder Law Firm Today.
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