Stephanie Wilson

Associate

Location:
Atlanta, Georgia
Phone:
404-256-0010
Fax:
404-851-9081
Email:
 

Stephanie L. Wilson is an associate in the law firm of Stern and Edlin, and she has been practicing exclusively in the area of family law since November 2006. As a native of Michigan, Ms. Wilson received dual B.A. degrees in International Relations and Supply Chain Management from Michigan State University, in 2003. Not long after relocating to Atlanta, she obtained her law degree from Georgia State University College of Law. Ms. Wilson is currently a member of the YLD Family Law Committee of the State Bar of Georgia, and Atlanta Magazine has honored her as a Georgia Rising Star for three consecutive years (2011, 2012, and 2013). Ms. Wilson is a trained Guardian Ad Litem; she is certified in Collaborative Law; and, she was one of the winning attorneys in the Georgia Supreme Court case of Arkwright v. Arkwright, 284 Ga. 545 (2008). In addition, she is a regular contributor to The Family Lawyer, providing the publication with their monthly case law updates. Ms. Wilson is a member of Buckhead Church, and in her spare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her friends, family, and her beagle, Teddy. 

Bar Admissions

• Georgia, 2006 

Education

• Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, Georgia 
 J.D. 
• Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 
 B.S. 
 Student Ambassador of Eli Broad College of Business 
 Vice President of Phi Sigma Pi National Honors Society 
 Educational tutor for student athletes 
 Commencement speaker for class of 2003 
 Major: International Relations 
 Major: Supply Chain Management 

Professional Associations and Memberships

• Young Lawyers Division Family Law Committee of State Bar of Georgia, Member 
• Georgia Association of Women Lawyers, Member 

Honors and Awards

• Super Lawyers magazine, Rising Star, 2011 - 2013 

Representative Cases

• Arkwright v. Arkwright, 284 Ga. 545 (2008) 

Published Works

• “The illusion of Privacy Under HIPAA's Privacy Rule” , Family Law Institute, May 21 2015 
• “Emerging Issues in the Arena of Equitable Division of Assets” , Family Law Institute, May 21 2015 
• “Moving the Ball Forward? Communiction With the Other Side” , Family Law Institute, May 22 2014 
• “Adultery: Does it Matter Anymore?” , American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers CLE, December 7, 2012 
• Retroactive Modification of Child Support? Consider Galvin v. Galvin, The Family Lawyer, March, 2011 
• Case Law Updates, The Family Lawyer, April 2013 through the present