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  • Phone: 404-352-2606

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Gary Alembik has been an attorney and member of the State Bar of Georgia for over thirty-one (31) years.

Gary served as a Judge in the Superior Court of Fulton County for over ten years. He sat, by special designation, as a Superior Court Judge adjudicating child support, custody, divorce, contempt, domestic violence, paternity and legitimation cases.

Gary Alembik maintained a full time private practice for over thirty years, specializing in Family Law. Gary is member of the Georgia, Atlanta, and Stonewall Bar Associations.

Gary received his undergraduate degree from George Washington University, and his law degree from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.

Gary is a registered Arbitrator and Mediator.

Gary Alembik maintains the highest attorney peer rating by Martindale Hubbell.

Gary Alembik is a member of Ahavath Achim Synagogue and sits on the Synagogue’s Board as an Officer. Gary also serves on the advisory board at Open Hand.

For the past thirty-one years Gary has devoted himself to the practice of Family law.  Mr. Alembik specializes in the areas of Divorce, Custody, Paternity, Legitimation, Mediation, Arbitration, and Modification Actions. He has extensive experience in representing clients in divorce matters involving complex custody and financial issues.

Practice Areas:

Mr. Alembik accepts cases in the following counties:

Fulton, DeKalb, Cobb, Paulding, Carroll, Douglas, Henry, Rockdale, Gwinnett, Clayton, Hall, Forsyth, Cherokee, Barrow, Walton, Newton, Spalding, Fayette, Bartow, and Bibb counties.

Gary Alembik is a member of the Georgia Bar Association and the Atlanta Bar Association. He is a trained Mediator and is registered as an Arbitrator in the State Of Georgia.

Mr. Alembik received a BA degree from George Washington University in 1985 and a JD degree from Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University in 1988. Mr. Alembik has been sworn in to practice in all Georgia Courts and the United States Supreme Court.