Amy B. Saul Associate
Amy B. Saul handles all types of family law matters, with a focus on high net worth divorce and complex custody litigation. She also advises clients on the equitable division of retirement assets, including pensions. She prepares and reviews Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, or QDROs, the judicial order that is necessary to divide retirement assets.
Amy seeks collaborative solutions that reduce conflict in the divorce process. But as a former staff attorney to a Cobb County judge, she is a resourceful litigator who always is prepared to advocate for her clients in court.
Additionally, Amy assists clients with contempt of court actions, modification of child support and custody actions, and step-parent adoptions. A former judicial staff attorney, Amy is a resourceful litigator who always is prepared to advocate for her clients in court, although she seeks collaborative resolutions that recognize the value of reducing conflict in the divorce process.
Outside of the office, Amy is active in the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, where she serves as an Under 40 Division board member and helped raise more than $122,000 this past year to support the needs of the Jewish community around the world. In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her family and friends, playing tennis, cooking and traveling.
- J.D., Georgia State University School of Law, 2011
- B.S., University of Texas, Austin, 2008
- Family Law Division, State Bar of Georgia
- Young Lawyers Division, State Bar of Georgia
- Cobb County Bar Association
- State Bar of Georgia