Also known as Tracy Ann Moore

Tracy Ann Moore

Tracy Ann Moore

Divorce / Separation Lawyer
Cumming, GA




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About Me

I practice family law in Forsyth, Dawson, Lumpkin and Hall Counties in Georgia. My practice includes divorce, child custody, child support modification, child support contempt, legitimation and family violence matters. I am also a registered mediator in the areas of general civil litigation, family law and family violence as well as a trained guardian ad litem.  I enjoy helping my clients through...

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Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Retainer (Always)

Client Reviews

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Exceeds expectations

Posted by: Patty 8 months ago.

Tracy helped me during one of the worst times of my life. She is a great listener and was informative on what my options were and what would be best...

Setting the Standard

Posted by: Suzanne 8 months ago.

After doing extensive research in the Greater Atlanta and North Georgia area I had pleasure to work with Attorney Tracy Ann Moore. I knew immediately...
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Showing 2 of 4 peer endorsements

James Emmit Hardy II
James Hardy

Cumming, GA

About 2 years ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer. Tracy Ann Moore is one of the finest divorce lawyers I have ever known. In fact, I opine that she is the very best divorce...
Robert Sherwood Stubbs III
Robert Stubbs

Cumming, GA

About 3 years ago

Relationship: Co-worker

I endorse this lawyer.
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2002 License Status: Active Member in Good Standing for the state of Georgia.
Last updated by Avvo: 03/14/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2002 – present

Banks & Stubbs, LLP


Showing 1 of 4 degrees

2014 Registered Arbitrator in

Henning Mediation & Arbitration


Showing 1 of 4 awards

2015 Client Distinction Award


Showing 1 of 11 association entries

2015- present

South Forsyth Rotary Club

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Showing 2 of 2 publications

2015 Arbitration as an Alternative

Forsyth Family Law Newsletter

2002 Hunt v. Claybrooks: Show-cause Order Required for Court-Initiated Monetary Sanctions

Tennessee Journal of Practice and Procedure