Ms. Farmer is a graduate of the Georgia State University, College of Law, where she was awarded honors with highest distinction for her volunteer efforts. Ms. Farmer earned her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Philosophy from the University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs and Franklin College.
After graduating from law school in 2016, Ms. Farmer worked with The Hillis Firm, gaining general litigation experience, and before that, Ms. Farmer obtained experience with the law firms Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, LLP and Hillis, Robison & Coffelt. Ms. Farmer also has experience working on the judicial side as a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Wendy Shoob with the Family Division of the Superior Court of Fulton County.
Since 2018, Ms. Farmer has practiced exclusively in the area of Family Law. Ms. Farmer specializes in handling cases involving complex divorce issues, including division of business assets and calculations of interest(s) in premarital/nonmarital property, child custody, legitimation/paternity, modifications, contempt actions, grandparent and caregiver visitation and custody, and all family law related matters.
As her practice has grown, Ms. Farmer has developed a specialty in domestic violence issues. She has a passion for helping people through this unique and time sensitive legal process, working to bridge the gap between the personal and deeply private issues her clients face and the complex legal system through which those issues must be resolved.
An Atlanta-area native, Ms. Farmer enjoys traveling around Georgia, reading, and running. Ms. Farmer is a mother and has been through divorce herself; she is uniquely able to relate to the client experience.
- J.D., Georgia State University, College of Law
- B.A., Political Science, University of Georgia
- B.A., Philosophy, University of Georgia
- State Bar of Georgia
- Court of Appeals of Georgia
- Supreme Court of Georgia