Kristine Fletcher graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management.  She went on to earn her Juris Doctorate at the Georgia State University College of Law.  During law school, Kristine participated in training for and became registered as a mediator in Georgia with the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution. She is also trained in Collaborative Divorce through the Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia.

Kristine represents clients in all facets of family law, where she believes empathy and creativity can prevent many expensive battles in the courtroom. She always seeks swift, cost effective resolution of issues. When alternatives have been exhausted, Kristine represents her clients zealously in litigation. Kristine bears a unique perspective, having represented parties on many sides of disputes in both the Juvenile and Superior courts.

Kristine began her career with a small family law firm in Cherokee County, where she represented men and women as marriages came to an end or family law issues were litigated. She also represented parents and children in dependency proceedings before the Juvenile Court when children were removed from their homes.

Kristine then worked for a different small firm in Cherokee County, where she represented clients in family law matters and represented the local child welfare agency as a prosecutor in dependency proceedings before the Juvenile Court.

Kristine is trained as a Guardian ad Litem and she has had the pleasure of serving the Superior and Juvenile courts as a Guardian ad Litem for children.  She is admitted to practice in all the state trial courts of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia.