adam_stein_picAdam Stein has been a practicing attorney since 2000, focusing on family law, juvenile law, consumer bankruptcy and alternative dispute resolution. Adam earned his law degree from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law. He has master degrees in personal financial planning and taxation and a bachelor degree in finance from Georgia State University.

He is a trained collaborative law attorney and belongs to the Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia, the Collaborative Law Center of Atlanta, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. In addition, he has completed general/civil, domestic and advanced mediation training, and is a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. Adam is a registered mediator in Gwinnett County and a certified Parent Coordinator. In addition to the State Bar of Georgia and Gwinnett County Bar Association, Adam is a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.


  • 2014 Argosy University, Masters in Community Counseling
  • 2006 Parent Coordinator Training
  • 2005 Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Bill Daniels Trial Advocacy Program
  • 2004 Georgia State University, Masters in Taxation
  • 2000 Mercer University Law School, Juris Doctorate
  • 2000 Georgia State University, M.S. in Personal Financial Planning
  • 1991 Georgia State University, B.B.S. in Finance


  • Certified Financial Planner (CFP) since 1996
  • Admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, Federal District Court and Federal Appeals Courts in 2000
  • Pro Bono Attorney at Gwinnett County Juvenile Court since 2001
  • Collaborative law attorney since 2002
  • Registered Neutral (mediator) with the State of Georgia since 2003
  • Board Member for Center for Navigating Family Change since 2004
  • Mediator for Gwinnett County Magistrate Court since 2005
  • Recognition for pro bono work, Gwinnett County, 2007