Barbara E. Katz is a family formation attorney whose practice is dedicated to assisting individuals and all families in the area of adoption and assisted reproductive technology law, wills and estate planning, and probate law. She is especially dedicated to helping alternative families, such as same sex couples and single parents, with legal issues in their personal lives.
Barbara is a Fellow in the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys. She is also a charter Fellow in the Georgia Council of Adoption Lawyers, and a member of Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia, the National LGBT Bar Association, and the National Lawyers Guild.
Barbara has spoken on legal issues related to adoption, ART and estate planning for countless civic and religious groups. She has also spoken at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s seminar on adoption law.
Barbara graduated from the City University of New York School of Law in 1992, and was licensed for the practice of law in the state of Georgia later that year. Her firm’s mission, “Law in the Service of Your Family’s Needs,” was adapted from CUNY’s own mission statement.
In addition to her legal practice, Barbara is a teacher who taught Legal Writing, Research & Advocacy at Emory University School of Law from 1998-2004. She also taught and administered a bar review course offered through Georgia State University School of Law from 1994-2006. Finally, Barbara is a private tutor and offers a bar review course for students taking the Georgia Bar Exam. (See GA Bar Preparation page)
Barbara enjoys spending her free time with her wife and their unruly rescue dog, Izzy. Her passions include bicycling, quilting, knitting and pickleball. She volunteers with the Georgia 2-Day Walk for Breast Cancer on its sweep van crew.
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