Alice W. Limehouse has practiced family law exclusively since 2003. She practices primarily in Fulton, DeKalb and Cobb, but will consider cases in other metro counties. Alice is trained in Collaborative Law, a non-adversarial process used to resolve family law issues outside of Court. In addition to representing parties in family law disputes, she is also frequently appointed to represent the best interests of children involved in such disputes as Guardian ad Litem, and also mediates and arbitrates family law matters both privately and through the courts. She is specially certified in domestic violence mediation. Alice was trained by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts to serve families as a Parent Coordinator.
Alice received her J.D. from Georgia State University in 2003 and her B.A. in Religious Studies from Agnes Scott College in 1998. She is a native Atlantan and lives in Sandy Springs with her family.
I was drawn to family law because of my passion for ensuring that children are safe and well-cared for. Within a year of being admitted to the Bar as an attorney, I trained to become a Guardian ad Litem. Since then, I have represented the best interests of over a hundred children, from infants to teenagers, from many different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Each case is unique and deserves a full and unbiased investigation. There is not a “cookie-cutter” approach to being Guardian ad Litem. Learning and teaching have been important parts of my development as Guardian ad Litem. As a member of AFCC, I have attended many seminars and conferences on child custody issues and trends. I have also been active in training new Guardians ad Litem through the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation (AVLF) and developing and presenting advanced custody issues seminars through the DeKalb Bar Association. I was honored to be selected as the Guardian ad Litem of the Year by AVLF for 2019.
Office of Alice W. Limehouse Family Law is located at:
1010 Huntcliff, Suite 1350, Sandy Springs, GA 30350