Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Cartersville, GA
The senior partner at Stahl & Hidir P.C., Christina Stahl focuses her practice primarily on family law matters, and she also represents clients in criminal and personal injury cases. Her firm is located in Cartersville, Georgia, and she represents clients throughout Bartow, Gordon, Cobb, Paulding and Polk counties. Ms. Stahl has been admitted to practice before all Georgia state courts since 1997, and she is additionally admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia as well as before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.
A significant portion of Ms. Stahl’s practice involves her representation of people involved in family law cases including divorce, custody, child support, legitimation and contempt, and she is often able to help her clients conclude their cases through negotiation and/or mediation. However, when that is not possible and mediation has not been a solution, Ms. Stahl is an effective advocate for her clients in court.
Ms. Stahl’s family law experience also includes adoptions as well as paternity establishment and disputes, and she helps clients whose divorces have already been finalized and who are now seeking the enforcement of or modifications to existing support and parenting orders. A graduate of Kennesaw State University in Georgia, she obtained her legal education at Georgia State University College of Law and was awarded her Juris Doctor in 1997.
About Christina Stahl
First Admitted: 1997, Georgia
Professional Webpage: https://www.stahl-law.com/attorney/christina-stahl/
Pro bono/Community Service
- Battered Women's Shelter, 1998 to 2002
- Adkinson v. State, 537 S.E.2d 474, 2000, Ga., 2000439890
- Kennesaw State, B.A., Political Science
- Georgia, 1997
- Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Member, 1998 to 2005
- Cartersville Bar Association, 1999 to Present
- U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, 2000
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 1998
- Certified mediator for general civil and domestic cases including those involving domestic violence, 2018
Last Updated: 6/9/2022