Rachel is an associate attorney with Richardson Bloom & Lines LLC, where she practices exclusively in the area of domestic relations law. Rachel also has experience in adoption work, specifically grandparent and step-parent adoptions. In addition, she is trained as a Guardian ad Litem.
Rachel is a native of Atlanta. She graduated from University of Maryland, summa cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. During her junior year, she was honored to be inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.
After graduation, Rachel went on to attend the University of Georgia School of Law where she graduated cum laude in 2007. While in law school, Rachel served as a member of the editorial board of The Georgia Law Review.
Rachel’s career goal is to combine her background in psychology with a legal education in order to help people through a difficult period in their lives. She believes that her role as “counselor-at-law” is just as important, if not more important in some cases, as her role as attorney-at-law. Rachel strives to ensure that her clients’ divorce, or other domestic relations matter, is as emotionally painless as possible. She also works hard to minimize the impact on her clients’ children.
Rachel and her husband live in Buckhead with their two sweet and energetic daughters.
- Georgia 2007
- University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., 2007
- University of Maryland, B.S., 2004
Honors & Awards
- Named one of the Georgia Rising Stars Super Lawyers 2015
Peer Review Rating
- AV Rated (highest rating available)
Associations & Accreditations
- State Bar of Georgia, Family Law Section
- Atlanta Bar Association, Family Law Section
- Executive Board, Atlanta Bar Association, Family Law Section
- Past Editor-in-Chief of The Family Law, the Atlanta Bar Association’s Family Law Section Newsletter
- Georgia Super Lawyer Rising Star selection 2012, 2013 and 2014
Publications & Speaking Engagements
- Co-Author “Equitable Division of Property in Georgia: ‘What’s Mine is Mine and What’s Ours is Mine Too”, the John Marshall Law Journal, 2011
- Presented at the 2011 Dean Robert J. D’Agostino Symposium in February 2011