Dwight Williams was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised on Long Island. His road to family law is unique and gives him a great perspective on business, banking and government. He attended New York University as a Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics, Dwight joined Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s administration first serving as a Research Assistant and then as the Director of the Research Department. In 1996, Dwight was named a Deputy Press Secretary tasked with handling media inquiries and coordinating press conferences for the Mayor. The highlight of Dwight’s time in the Mayor’s Press Office was assisting with media events related to the New York Yankees Tickertape Parade celebrating the team’s World Series Championship in 1996.
In 2001, he relocated to Atlanta, Georgia to work as a Media Relations Specialist for The Coca-Cola Company. During his time at Coca-Cola, Dwight supported the company’s media activities surrounding the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics. After his time at Coke, Dwight joined Citigroup’s private label credit card division providing employee communications and events for Citi personnel and associates of Citi’s business partners The Home Depot and Sears.
While working at Citigroup, Dwight enrolled in Georgia State University’s College of Law. Upon his graduation in 2011, Dwight joined Lueder, Larkin and Hunter, LLC where he represented homeowner’s associations in collections and covenant violation matters. In 2015, Dwight began practicing family law with the firm of Spooner & Associates, P.C. He immediately enjoyed the work and valued the role he played in helping clients navigate the divorce process. Dwight joined Kessler & Solomiany, LLC in early 2022.
Dwight resides in Gwinnett County with his wife, Michelle and their two sons, Brandon and Nathan. In his spare time, Dwight enjoys cooking, barbequing, and working on his golf game.