Attorney Diane Weinberg joined Fox+Mattson, P.C. as an attorney Of Counsel with a focus on elder law isssues, including Medicaid and disability benefits, Social Security issues, veterans' benefits and special needs trusts.
"We are pleased to enhance our practice with the addition of a seasoned veteran and specialist," said George Fox, founder of the Sandy Springs firm. "Diane brings expertise in areas that compliment the firm's present services."
"I offer my clients a unique perspective having personally dealt with disability and caregiving issues," said Ms. Weinberg. "I can relate to my clients' concerns and frustrations and offer meaningful solutions both in and outside the legal framework."
Ms. Weinberg earned a B.A. at the Univ. of PA and a J.D. degree from the Emory University School of Law. After graduation, she served as an employee benefits associate for Kilpatrick Stockton LLC before becoming a senior litigation associate for Casey Gilson Leibel P.C.
A member of the State Bar of Georgia, Ms. Weinberg served on the Editorial Board of the Georgia Bar Journal from 1999-2000, and as editor of ElderCare Matters from 2005-2006. Currently she holds membership in the
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Atlanta Bar Association, and ProWIN.
When not assisting clients, Ms. Weinberg enjoys spending time with her husband and their three sons at their home in Sandy Springs. Active in the community, she enjoys walking and has walked in two half - marathons to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Fox+Mattson, P.C., an Atlanta-based law firm with offices in Sandy Springs and Big Canoe, focuses on wills and estate planning, corporations and LLCs, asset protection, contacts, post-death strategies and elder law matters. For more information, visit www.galaw.com