Elizabeth Kuhn ("Lizz") began practicing law in 2005. Prior to joining the team at Hait & Eichelzer, she graduated Cum Laude from West Liberty State College in West Liberty, West Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. She moved from West Virginia to Connecticut where she taught middle school chorus in Stratford. After two years of teaching her award winning Chamber Choir, Lizz attended New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts. Lizz graduated Magna Cum Laude in the top 3% of her class and was decorated with several honors. She received the West's Academic Excellence Award and was most likely to succeed in the practice of law. While serving as the Business Managing Editor of the New England Law Review, she was most noted for her Symposium: From Stem Cell Research to Human Cloning: Where Do We Draw the Line? After completing her Honors Judicial Internship with the Honorable Peter C. DiGangi at the Massachusetts Family and Probate Court in 2004, Lizz decided to focus her emphasis on Family Law. She relocated to Georgia during the summer of 2005 to sit for the Georgia Bar. Since 2005, Lizz has represented hundreds of clients in divorce, child custody, child support, abandonment, parental rights termination, Department of Family and Child Services (DFCS) cases, contempts, legitimations and paternity actions. Lizz' focus lies in the courtroom as an experienced litigator. She also drafts Simple Wills, Durable Healthcare Power of Attorney forms, and Financial Power of Attorney forms, Trusts, and other key documents to help guide you in your estate planning. Lizz is a member of the Georgia Bar, the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, Federal Bankruptcy Court, Federal District Court, the Family Law Section of the Georgia Bar, the Women's Bar and the Young Attorneys Division of the State Bar. In her spare time, Lizz judges high school Mock Trial Competitions and is actively involved in the Marietta, Georgia legal community. She is the step-mother of three children, the guardian of one, and the biological mother of one. She also helped develop the Cobb County Pro Se Litigants seminar.