Amy B. Saul Partner
Following a Cobb County Superior Court judicial clerkship, Amy has exclusively practiced family law at Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery. Amy B. Saul handles all types of family law matters, with a focus on complex divorce and custody litigation. Additionally, Amy handles legitimation, paternity, child support, contempt, modification and stepparent adoption actions. She also serves as a court-appointed guardian ad litem, advocating for the best interest of the child.
Amy prides herself on being a trusted advisor and resourceful litigator for her clients. Amy advises her clients so that they can make informed decisions regarding settlement or litigation.
Amy’s previous judicial clerkship provides her with a unique perspective and deep understanding of how the court system works.
Outside of the office, Amy is a long-time supporter and active member of the Jewish community, supporting the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and other local organizations. In addition, she is a member of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation Leadership Council and Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia Family Law Committee. 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
- State Bar of Georgia, Young Lawyers Division of the Family Law Section
- Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law Inn of Court, Barrister
- Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
- Co-Chair, Family Law Section, Young Lawyers Division of State Bar of Georgia, 2019 – Present
- Member, Leadership Council, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, 2019 – Present
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2020
- “Georgia’s Same-Sex Adoption Is Valid in Alabama, US Supreme Court Says,” The Daily Report, 2016
Presentations and Speaking Engagements
- Council of Superior Court Judges’ Winter Conference, January 23, 2019, Presenter on, Uniform Child Custody and Enforcement Act (“UCCJEA”)