I am a Georgia girl, born and raised in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. I married my husband, Christopher E. Palmer, over twenty years ago. At that time, I moved to Fayette County where we have lived ever since. In 2013, we moved to Brooks and started a small farm where we raise goats, chickens and guineas. We have three children, all born in China and becoming members of our family through the miracle of adoption. I received my B.S., J.D., and M.P.A. degrees with honors from Georgia State University. I am a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Fayette County Bar Association. I am also a member of the Georgia and federal appellate courts, including the United States Supreme Court. In 2010, I was honored to be rated as an AV Preeminent Lawyer under the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review rating system and maintain that rating today. I am a member of New Hope Baptist Church in Fayette County and enjoy traveling, reading, running, learning new things and the quiet life of the country. Our family is actively involved in HeartCry, a ministry to orphaned and vulnerable children. My areas of practice include: probate and trust administration and estate planning.