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Jennifer S. Gill

jgill@brayandjohnson.com
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Phone: (770) 479-1426
Fax: (770) 479-6488

10 North St
Canton, Georgia 30114

Jennifer Gill joined Bray & Johnson in 2003 and since that time has practiced exclusively family law. Jennifer helps clients navigate through the legal system and the divorce process in an effort to make a very difficult time more understandable and less traumatic. While it is Jennifer’s goal to help her clients reach an amicable resolution in their cases, often through the use of mediation, she has litigated family law cases in both Cherokee and Pickens county courtrooms. Jennifer has also been appointed by the Court to act as a Guardian ad Litem in a number of custody disputes in Cherokee County.

Prior to joining Bray & Johnson, Jennifer served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia for just over two years. While an Assistant Attorney General, Jennifer handled cases in the post-conviction litigation department including state habeas corpus cases and non-death-penalty murder appeals.

Education

J.D, Mercer University

University of Georgia

Kennesaw State University , 1997
with honors.

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Georgia, 2001
Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals
United States Supreme Court
United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
Professional & Bar Association Memberships

Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit Bar Association

State Bar of Georgia

Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Cases
  • Rutter v. Rutter, 325 Ga. App. 508 (2014)
  • Rutter v. Rutter, 294 Ga. (2013)
  • Rutter v. Rutter, 316 Ga. App. (2012)
  • Viskup v. Viskup, 291 Ga. 103 (2012)
  • Galvin v. Galvin, 288 Ga. 125 (2010)
  • Klardie v. Klardie, 287 Ga. 499 (2010)
  • Michel v. Michel, 286 Ga. 892 (2010)
  • Moody v. State, 277 Ga. 676 (2004)
  • Kennedy v. State, 277 Ga. 588 (2004)
  • Byrd v. State, 277 Ga. 554 (2004)
  • Gibson v. State, 277 Ga. 486 (2004)
  • Everrit v. State, 277 Ga. 457 (2003)
  • Herring v. State, 277 Ga. 317 (2003)
  • Martin v. State, 277 Ga. 227 (2003)
  • Wilson v. State, 277 Ga. 195 (2003)
  • Strozier v. State, 277 Ga. 78 (2003)
  • Marshall v. State, 276 Ga. 854 (2003)
  • Ross v. State, 276 Ga. 747 (2003)
  • Whitner v. State, 276 Ga. 742 (2003)
  • Laster v. State, 276 Ga. 645 (2003)
  • Washington v. State, 276 Ga. 655 (2003)
  • Powell v. State, 276 Ga. 592 (2003)
  • Fairclough v. State, 276 Ga. 602 (2003)
  • Weston v. State, 276 Ga. 680 (2003)
  • Daniels v. State, 276 Ga. 632 (2003)
  • Rush v. State, 276 GA. 541 (2003)
  • Anderson v. State, 276 Ga. 389 (2003)
  • Ricketts v. State, 276 Ga. 466 (2003)
  • Bell v. State, 276 Ga. 206 (2003)
  • Head v. State, 276 Ga. 131 (2003)
  • Heckman v. State, 276 Ga. 141 (2003)
  • Spickler v. State, 276 Ga. 164 (2003)
  • Martin v. State, 276 Ga. 121 (2003)
  • Foster v. State, 275 Ga. 795 (2002)
  • Holmes v. State, 275 Ga. 853 (2002)
  • Bates v. State, 275 Ga. 862 (2002)
  • Myers v. State, 275 Ga. 709 (2002)
  • Marshall v. State, 275 Ga. 740 (2002)
  • Baitey v. State, 275 Ga. 681 (2002)
  • Hubbard v. State, 275 Ga. 610 (2002)
  • Trigger v. State, 275 Ga. 512 (2002)
  • Coggins v. State, 275 Ga. 479 (2002)
  • Webb v. State, 275 Ga. 425 (2002)
  • Turner v. State, 275 Ga. 343 (2002)
  • Parks v. State, 275 Ga. 320 (2002
  • Clark v. State, 275 Ga. 220 (2002)
  • Jones v. State, 275 Ga. 156 (2002)
  • Harvell v. State, 275 Ga. 129 (2002)
  • Durden v. State, 275 Ga. 868 (2002)
Client Reviews
★★★★★
This past October I unexpectedly went through a case that Jennifer Gill was counsel for the other side. While opposing counsel is usually not the object of great reviews, I must say that Jennifer Gill did a wonderful job representing her client while working with me towards amicable and agreeable solutions. Mary Elizabeth Woods
★★★★★
I struggle to find the words to express my gratitude towards Bray & Johnson and especially Majorie Musgrave. They have represented me through temporary guardianship/conservatorship and permanent g/c. The case was simply put a nightmare, yet Ms Musgrave never wavered and she pressed on to win the decision we were seeking. Linda McCall Matthews