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Hidden Gems: Meet Tracy Moore-Grant of Amicable Divorce Network

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tracy Moore-Grant. Them and their team share their story with us below:

Tracy Ann Moore-Grant has represented clients and practiced exclusively in the area of family law since 2002. She is also a mediator, parent coordinator, arbitrator, divorce consultant, and guardian ad litem. However, in 2019, she’d had enough with the negativity of family law with one parent being pitted against another as well as reasonable clients looking for a resolution mistakenly hiring high conflict attorneys who drove up the cost and animosity of their divorce case.

To solve both problems, she founded the Amicable Divorce Network in 2019. The Amicable Divorce Network is an international group of divorce professionals including attorneys, mediators, financial and mental health professionals, coaches, and more.

The Amicable Divorce Network is the only organization in the world that vets divorce industry professionals for being experienced, resolution-focused, and engaging in fair billing practices. With 90% of divorcing parties describing their divorce as “uncontested” the ADN members have become a trusted resource for helping parties with reasonable divorce solutions.

When both parties agree to use ADN attorneys, they can engage in the Amicable Divorce Process, and out of court, streamlined, and professional divorce process designed to remove the unnecessary stress and adversarial nature of the court system and help parties receive a negotiated resolution and move forward with their lives.

Tracy Ann has appeared on numerous podcasts discussing Amicable Divorce, has authored many articles on the subject as well as presented live seminars on amicable divorce and other topics relating to divorce. She is also a Board Member for Mentor Me of North Georgia, contributing writer to My Forsyth Magazine, a Mock Trial Coach for Alliance Academy, and a former professor of Constitutional Law.

She has achieved an AV Preeminent Judicial Rating from Martindale Hubble, was named a Woman of Forsyth by the Forsyth County News, and has been listed as a Top 10 Female Family Law Attorney in Georgia. Her firm, Patterson Moore Butler received a Best of Forsyth award in 2022.

In 2020, Tracy Ann was awarded the Georgia Legal Award for Distinguished Leadership for founding the Amicable Divorce Network, recognizing its positive impact on Georgia family law and families. She is a stepmother, award-winning baker, and schnauzer lover.

Alright, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall, and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
People unfortunately are wired to fight unnecessarily in the court system and think it is the only way to get a divorce. Informing the public about their options is an uphill battle. Informing people that there is a better way to divorce and getting them to engage in the process has taken a lot of education and time but we are seeing more and more people choose amicable divorce.

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your business?
The Amicable Divorce Network is an international group of divorce professionals including attorneys, mediators, financial and mental health professionals, coaches, and more. The Amicable Divorce Network is the only organization in the world that vets divorce industry professionals for being experienced, resolution-focused, and engaging in fair billing practices.

With 90% of divorcing parties describing their divorce as “uncontested” the ADN members have become a trusted resource for helping parties with reasonable divorce solutions. When both parties agree to use ADN attorneys, they can engage in the Amicable Divorce Process, and out of court, streamlined, and professional divorce process designed to remove the unnecessary stress and adversarial nature of the court system and help parties receive a negotiated resolution and move forward with their lives.

Parties pursuing divorce should investigate their options before making a knee-jerk reaction. The Amicable Divorce Network provides a child-centered, private, lower-cost, and future-focused process. More information is also at our companion website www.DivorceAmicably.com.

Are there any important lessons you’ve learned that you can share with us?
It’s ok to ask for help. It takes a good team to get you to the finish line. This is often difficult with a Type A personality, but you can’t be an expert in everything so build the right team to help you.

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