Emily Napier of Napier Law Firm, LLC, aims to be a true advocate and advisor for families who require estate and family services. After dealing with the probate process firsthand when her Father passed and becoming a Mother, she realized the importance of estate planning.
Emily excels in guiding her clients through the often confusing maze of financial and legal decisions to create plans that ensure the well-being of their families and the accomplishment of cherished family goals by providing an efficient and easy-to-comprehend legal experience. Her legal expertise includes family protection, wealth preservation, special needs planning, and strategies for individuals, unmarried couples, LGBT couples, and divorced individuals.
Whether you are married or single, with a traditional or blended family, a business owner, just starting out, or looking back on a life well-lived, Emily will help you create a plan that achieves your goals for your loved ones for years to come.
Emily graduated from Georgia State University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. She graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2016 and presently sits on the AJMLS Alumni Board of Directors. After advanced training with the New Law Business Model, Emily became a certified Personal Family Lawyer ® to ensure that she can become a trusted advisor for you to look to for a lifetime of guidance and protection for yourself, your family, your business, and your assets. Emily was recently recognized as a Super Lawyer 2023 Rising Star.
In addition, she ran multiple businesses before becoming the founding attorney of Napier Law Firm, LLC. Emily is heavily involved with the Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce and several other networking groups, such as Because Moms and the Alpharetta, Milton, and Cumming GA Connect Moms Group. Emily is also involved in the community and volunteers as a coach of the West Forsyth High School Mock Trial Team.
Most importantly, Emily is the proud mother of Banks.
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