Tracy Rhodes

Tracy Rhodes loves practicing law and is a thought-leader and educator in family law and real estate litigation. An experienced litigator and trial attorney, Tracy is an assertive advocate for her clients. She has tried cases throughout North Georgia and Metro Atlanta before judges and juries on issues ranging from divorce, child custody, boundary line disputes, property interests and land titles, and contested probate estates. On why she chose to specialize in family law and real estate litigation, Tracy says:

“I love helping my clients work through real-life, everyday legal issues. My practice brings me to heart of what matters most in my clients’ lives: the families they’ve created and the wealth and property they’ve attained.”

Tracy Rhodes represents her clients in over 15 Georgia counties and courts including Cobb, Bartow, Carroll, Cherokee, Forsyth, Paulding, and Fulton. She is also regularly appointed by Cobb County Superior Court judges to serve as a Special Master in title litigation cases.

When not in court or otherwise helping her clients resolve their cases, she enjoys speaking to other groups of lawyers and sharing her expertise. Tracy and her husband (also a lawyer) devote time each August to speaking about professionalism and ethics with new law students at the University of Georgia. She is also an enthusiastic volunteer, dedicating her time to various non-profit organizations including Atlanta Moms Making a Difference and Forever Family.

Tracy grew up on a family farm in Taylorsville, Georgia. Now, Tracy, her husband, and their two daughters live in Marietta. They attend St. Joseph Catholic Church. In her leisure time, Tracy enjoys yoga, running, biking, and UGA football.

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Lectures and Publications

  • Author,”Basic Title Examination for Family Lawyers” published in The Family Law Review, a publication of State Bar of Georgia Family Law Section, Fall 2017
  • Lecturer, Half Moon Education, Inc. “Land Laws, ” April 2017
  • Lecturer, Half Moon Education, Inc., “Land & Water Law: Ownership and Access,” July 2015
    • Topic presented: “Identifying, Locating, and Classifying Private Easements”
    • Topic presented: “Identifying, Avoiding, and Resolving Ethical Issues in Land & Water Transactions”
  • Speaker, 2015 Brenau University Women’s Leadership Colloquium, “Waiting for Prince(ss) Charming: Finding (and Being) the ImPERFECT Mentor,” March 2015
  • Presenter, Brenau University Women’s Leadership Colloquium, “Head Over Heels: Thinking Women Speak and Write Well for Professional Success,” March 2014
  • Lecturer, NBI CLE, Inc., “Divorce Litigation from Start to Finish,” November 2014
    • Topic presented: “Divorce Case Intake and Pre-Litigation Tactics
    • Topic presented: “Discovery Procedure”
  • Moderator/Presenter, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, “What Every Family Lawyer Needs to Know,” October 2013
  • Presenter, UGA School of Law, Orientation on Professionalism, 2006-2009, 2013
  • Author, “Small Firm Success for the Associate Attorney: Generating Revenue,”published Young Lawyers Division publication January 2013 and Cobb Bar Newsletter, Spring 2013

Leadership and Community Interests

  • State Bar of Georgia Mentor for New Lawyers, Transition Into Law Practice Program
  • Chair, Young Lawyers Division Solo / Small Firm Section, 2012-2014
  • High School and College Mock Trial Judge, Cobb and Bartow Counties

Honors and Recognitions

  • 2016-2018 Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, 2015 Leadership Academy
  • Young Lawyers Division, 2012 Leadership Academy


  • University of Georgia School of Law, Athens, Georgia
    • Juris Doctor – 2005
    • Law Journal: Journal of Intellectual Property Law, 2003 – 2005
  • Brenau University Women’s College, Gainesville, Georgia
    • Bachelor of Science (Magna Cum Laude) – 2002
    • Major: Liberal Arts

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia, 2005
  • U.S. District Court, 2006
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, 2005



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