At Alice W. Limehouse Family Law, P.C. I provide compassionate and real advice to help my clients through their toughest times. I am dedicated to treating my clients like family.
Helping individuals and children through family transitions with compassion and pragmatism, as Attorney, Guardian ad Litem or Mediator.
No matter how close you and your loved ones may be, family relationships are rarely flawless. The reality is that conflicts do arise. When disputes cannot be resolved inside the home, it may be time to retain legal representation.
I recognize that your case is emotional and highly personal and I am prepared to address your concerns and deliver a comprehensive solution to any issue you are facing. From divorce and custody disputes to child support and property division concerns, I handle even the most complex cases with care.
Alice W. Limehouse has practiced family law exclusively since 2003. She is centered upon meeting clients’ needs and goals through pragmatic, case-specific strategy and detail-driven presentation. 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 a Guardian ad litem, and also mediates 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 is admitted to the Georgia Bar and is an active member of its Family Law Section. Alice belongs to the Atlanta, DeKalb and Cobb Bar Associations, and is involved in the Family Sections of each, as well as being a member of the Guardian ad Litem section of the Cobb Bar. Alice received her J.D. from Georgia State University and her B.A. in Religious Studies from Agnes Scott College. She is a native Atlantan and lives in Sandy Springs with her family.