Georgia is one of the pioneering attorneys of New York divorce law, having built a career breaking through professional barriers and establishing precedent-setting law along the way. She started her career as a store-front attorney for the underprivileged and remains steadfast in her values of social fairness. She is a graduate of Barnard College and NYU School of Law cum laude where she earned a law degree and a Master of Law in Taxation. She was Editor of the NYU Law Review and was a member of The Order of the Coif.
Georgia is a founding member of Kramer Kozek LLP, one of the leading firms in Westchester, where she practices matrimonial and divorce law. She has an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell and has been awarded the Client Distinction Award by the same organization. Georgia has been named a Westchester Super Lawyer and was named a Top 25 Attorney in Westchester and a Top Ten Leader in Matrimonial & Divorce Law.
Georgia is a member of the Westchester County Bar Association, the Westchester Women’s Bar Association (Co-Chair of the Matrimonial Committee for many years), the NY Association of Collaborative Professionals, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She has served as a mentor to countless young attorneys. Georgia is the author of “Best Practices and Strategies for Divorce Cases, Aspatore Inside the Minds: Strategies for Family Law in New York,” 2012 ed. She has lectured and written extensively about tax planning in divorce and the tension between estate planning and divorce planning.
Georgia and her husband, Nathaniel Kramer, a trademark attorney, are longtime residents of Westchester County. She became the first village attorney for Rye Brook, NY and helped create the laws for the new entity. She and her husband have two grown children; daughter Cheryl is an the executive beauty director for Shape and Star magazines, and son David is a Silicon Valley intellectual property attorney with Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati. They both have wonderful spouses and children.
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