Julianne Grow Glisson

Ms. Glisson's practice encompasses a wide range of legal issues for clients in Savannah and the coastal Georgia region ranging from divorce and custody modifications to serving unwed mothers in issues surrounding paternity. Her expertise includes marital property division, assessing whether spousal support or alimony will be awarded and establishing child custody, visitation, and child support.

Furthermore, Ms. Glisson is committed to helping victims of domestic violence seek protection for themselves and their children. She also advises individuals who have been accused (in some cases falsely) of domestic violence. In addition to her trial skills and experience, Ms. Glisson devotes considerable time to pro bono cases for battered spouses for the Safe Shelter program and to her church, Isle of Hope United Methodist. Her practice also includes wills, trusts and estates as well as all forms of probate work and related litigation. In 2016, Ms. Glisson was appointed the County Guardian and County Administrator for Chatham County.

Prior to her distinguished legal career, Ms. Glisson was as a National Advance Staff Member of the White House under Vice President Al Gore. She spearheaded international venture projects working for the parent company of Samsonite, Culligan, and Botany 500.

During her legal career, she has successfully litigated both complex civil and criminal cases of a wide variety in State and Federal Courts, including personal injury, property litigation, criminal defense, family, and juvenile law. She was chosen as one of the Top 40 Business Leaders under 40 of the Southeast by The Savannah Business Report and Journal, and she has been peer-selected for Georgia Trend Magazine's "Legal Elite" in the practice area of Family Law.

GA Bar # 297349