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Kathryn C. Reeder

Alpharetta Family Law Attorney Dedicated to Your Needs


Kathryn C. Reeder founded the Reeder Law Firm nearly 25 years ago after being admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1988. Over the course of her career as an Atlanta family law attorney, she has focused her practice primarily in the areas of divorce, child support, custody, wills/trusts, and probate. In addition, Kathryn is a certified mediator and a trained arbitrator.

Kathryn obtained her law degree from Georgia State University School of Law and her undergraduate degree in Psychology from George Mason University. After graduating from law school, she served as an Assistant District Attorney in both Forsyth and Cherokee counties, where her exclusive practice area was the prosecution of child support cases. Within three years, she received an appointment from the Georgia Attorney General’s office for the position of Special Assistant Attorney General, representing the Georgia Child Support Enforcement Office in child support actions. In 1992 she received the “Child Support Attorney of the Year” award from the State of Georgia. In addition to representing clients in her private practice, Kathryn continues to serve as a Special Assistant Attorney General in child support related matters.

Practice Areas

Admitted to practice

  • Superior/Appellate Courts of Georgia
  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia


  • Georgia State University School of Law, J.D., 1988
  • George Mason University, B.S., 1980
  • Certified Mediator
  • Trained Arbitrator

Professional memberships

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • North Fulton Bar Association
  • Family Law Section, State Bar of Georgia
  • Tort & Insurance Section, State Bar of Georgia
  • Workers’ Compensation Section, State Bar of Georgia

Special agencies

  • Special Assistant Attorney General, Office of Attorney General of Georgia


  • Author,Georgia Child Support Court Procedures Manual, Office of Child Support Enforcement, Department of Human Resources State of Georgia, 1996
  • Author,Court Procedures Handbook, Forsyth County Department of Family and Children Services, 1996
  • Author,Court Procedures Handbook, Gwinnett County Department of Family and Children Services, 1996

Speaking engagements

  • Speaker, “Court Preparation, Court Procedures,” Office of Child Support Enforcement, Blue Ridge Judicial District
  • Speaker, “The Role of Education in Child Protective Service,” Forsyth County Board of Education
  • Speaker, “Court Preparation, Court Procedures,” Child Support Services of Georgia, Fulton County
  • Speaker, “Court Preparation, Court Procedures,” Forsyth County Department of Family Services
  • Speaker, “Court Preparation, Court Procedures,” Gwinnett County Department of Family and Children Services
  • Panel speaker, “Court Procedures Regarding Issues of Juveniles and Foster Care,” Forsyth County’s Multiple Approach to Partnership in Parenting Program

Community service

  • Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Guardian Ad Litem
  • Financial Counselor for the Army Community Services
  • Co-chairperson, Army Family Symposium for U.S. families stationed in the Republic of Panama
  • Appointed Member, Juvenile Review Board for U.S. Forces in the Republic of Panama

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Why Hire Reeder Law Firm?
  • An Asset to Your Case

    Representing clients for over 25 years.

  • Successful Track Record

    No family law matter is too complex for us to handle.

  • We Do Our Homework.

    For certain cases, we seek insight from experts outside of law.

  • 2 Convenient Locations

    Clients have access to us from one of two convenient locations.

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