Heather Robinson graduated summa cum laude from Florida State University in 1995 with her Bachelor’s degree. She also attended graduate school at Florida State, earning her Master’s degree in 1998. After completing her graduate degree, Heather moved to Atlanta where she worked as a counselor for several years with children and teens involved with the foster care and juvenile justice systems. She also provided support and counseling to adoptive families and adults facing substance abuse problems and/or mental illness. During her career in the mental health field, Heather testified in court and before administrative agencies on behalf of her clients.
After several years working directly with families, Heather earned her Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University in 2005. While in law school, Heather was a member of the Student Trial Lawyers Association and competed in several national trial competitions. She received recognition for her writing and oral advocacy skills, and won awards for the highest grade among all classmates for Litigation and Employment Law coursework.
Heather’s legal career has focused primarily on litigation, and she has tried cases in state and federal courts. Her passion is helping families in crisis and her history as a counselor has uniquely positioned her to empathize with the challenges her clients face as they navigate difficult changes within their family.
Heather routinely handles cases throughout the metro Atlanta counties and North Georgia. In addition to Divorce, Heather’s domestic relations practice includes, Child Custody Modification, Adoption, Child Support, Grandparent Custody and Visitation, Legitimation and Paternity, Contempt, Protective Orders, Name Changes, and Prenuptial Agreements. Heather is also experienced in handling other matters such as Incorporation and Business Formation, Partnership Agreements, Business Disputes, Employment Issues, and Real Estate Litigation.