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Kelli Byers Hooper

1415 GA-85, Suite 310-336
Fayetteville, Georgia 30214


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Ms. Hooper has the skills and experience necessary to help you resolve your conflicts and find solutions for your legal challenges efficiently and effectively. Widely regarded as a leader in her field, she regularly conducts lectures throughout her region on a variety of legal topics.

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Main Office

1415 GA-85, Suite 310-336 Fayetteville, Georgia 30214


The City of Atlanta, Georgia 30334
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Practice Areas

Divorce, Family Law, Child Custody


From her law office in Fayetteville, Georgia, KBH Law, Inc., divorce attorney Kelli Byers Hooper provides exceptional legal advocacy and support to individuals, families, and business owners dealing with serious and complex legal challenges. She is the founder and owner of KBH Law, Inc., and she has over a decade of legal experience. She has handled hundreds of cases involving divorce and child custody.

She received her Bachelors' degree from the University of Denver and her Masters' degree from the University of California Los Angeles. She received her law from Cumberland School of Law and served as the legal clerk for the Alabama Department of Public Health, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and another prominent law firm while attending law school. She was admitted to practice law in 2007.

Serving clients throughout Fayette, Coweta, Henry, and Fulton counties and all of the surrounding communities, Ms. Hooper has achieved notable success representing her clients with their legal matters involving family law, business law, and estate planning. Through this success, she has helped establish her law firm as the trusted source for many across the region who seek compassionate counsel and dedicated, personalized attention to their needs.

For assistance with cases involving divorce, child support, alimony, or other family law issue, contact attorney Kelli Hooper today by calling 888-558-1353. You can also use the "Contact" button above.

Bar Admissions

  • US District Northern Court for the Northern District of Georgia

  • Georgia

Affiliations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association, Family Law Section, Diversity Committee (Member)

  • American Bar Association, Business Law Section, Nonprofit Organizations Committee (Member)

  • State Bar of Georgia (Member)

  • American Bar Foundation (Fellow)

  • Southern Region and National Executive Board of the Black Law Students Association (Board of Directors)

  • Georgia Association of Trial Lawyers (Member)

  • Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (Member)

  • American Association for Justice Family Law Section (Secretary)

  • American Association for Justice Child Support Committee (Vice Chair)

Awards and Honors

  • Client Satisfaction Award from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys (2015)

  • Super Lawyers Rising Star (2015 - 2016)

  • Recognition for Outstanding Service, Minorities in the Profession “If You Can See It, You Can Be It” Program, State Bar of Georgia, 2011

Verdicts and Settlements

  • Tony Thomas and Antoine Hinkle v. Viacom, Monami Entertainment, NFGTV , 2014

  • Dina Andrews Management v. Percy Bady d/b/a Bad Bady Music , 2015

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Kelli Byers Hooper

Main Office

1415 GA-85 Suite 310-336
Fayetteville Georgia 30214

The City of
Atlanta Georgia 30334

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Ex Not Paying Child Support?

Kelli Byers Hooper | 888-558-1353 | Family Law Attorney Is your ex not paying child support? Contact an attorney today to learn about the legal options available to you. Kelli Byers Hooper is a family law attorney with KBH Law, Inc. in the Atlanta metro area. In this in... […]

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What To Do If Your Ex Won’t Pay Child Support

Attorney Kelli Hooper | 888-558-1353 | Call Now For Answers It’s a problem faced by many single parents: what can you do if your ex won’t pay child support? Kelli Byers Hooper is a divorce attorney based in Atlanta. She says that if your ex isn’t paying child support,... […]

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Case Story: Child Custody and Grandparents' Rights

Can grandparents receive custody of their grandchildren? Grandparents rights is a tricky legal issue: grandparents will need to prove that the parents are unfit and creating a bad environment for the child. In this video, child custody attorney Kelli Byers Hooper explains a case she handled invol... […]

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Interview: Child Support Across State Lines

Kelli Byers Hooper | 888-558-1353 | Call for Consult After divorce, child support, and child visitation orders are drawn up, what happens if one parent moves out of state? Family law attorney Kelli Hooper explains how this could change child support orders, depending on the family's situation.... […]

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Can I Remove Money From a Joint Bank Account Before Filing for Divorce?

After a divorce is finalized, a joint bank account ends up being either liquidated, closed or converted in some way. But what about removing money from a joint bank account before filing for divorce? This won’t present issues—at least legally. The fact is in many states, there is what’s called a... […]

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Video Blog: How is Child Support Calculated in Georgia?

How is child support calculated in Georgia? Divorce attorney Kelli Hooper explains that several algorithms determine the proper amount. She says that in Georgia, couples are allowed to deviate from this number. Video Transcript: So in Georgia child support is c... […]

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Video Blog: Modifying Child Support

How do you modify child support? Divorce attorney Kelli Hooper says that you need to take many factors into consideration when modifying child support. Video Transcript: The question is sort of twofold. The inquiry begins as to whether or not you have what I ca... […]

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Video Blog: When Does Child Support End?

When does child support end? Divorce attorney Kelli Hooper explains when children will stop receiving child support. Video Transcript: What happens is generally most orders will say that child support will end when the child turns 18, becomes emancipated, marries, or... […]

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Interview: Dividing Property in Divorce

How do you go about dividing property in divorce? Who gets what? What counts as a marital asset vs a non-marital asset? Kelli Hooper is a divorce attorney based in Fayetteville, Georgia who helps clients in the Metro Atlanta area. In this video, she answers frequently asked questions about how pr... […]

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Interview: How to Save Money in Divorce

One of the biggest areas of concern for anyone going through a divorce is how it will affect your finances. Hiring a divorce attorney is not cheap, and if you go about things the wrong way, it could lead to financial disaster. Kelli Hooper is a divorce attorney in the Atlanta area. In this intervie... […]

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Can I Remove Money From a Joint Bank Account Before Filing for Divorce?

Can I Remove Money From a Joint Bank Account Before Filing for Divorce?

After a divorce is finalized, a joint bank account ends up being either liquidated, closed or converted in some way. But what about removing money from a joint bank account before filing for divorce? This won’t present issues—at least legally. The fact is in many states, there is what’s called a standing order. As a divorce pends, couples can handle assets and debts accordingly until the petition is officially filed. Therefore you can remove funds especially if it’s for the needs and requirements of a lawyer or another place to stay. However, once you receive the official filing of the petition, dated and signed, the rules of the court stand. At that time, in fact, mandatory discovery... […]

Can I Modify Alimony in Georgia

Can I Modify Alimony in Georgia

After a  divorce, many legal aspects and procedures are flexible in terms of modifications. Life situations can change after a divorce is finalized. The law provides a way for individuals to ensure that life does move smoothly, especially in situations involving children. Long story short, in Georgia, you can modify alimony. You just have to go through the appropriate steps to do so. Here’s How You Modify Alimony in Georgia Georgia law permits alimony modifications for two reasons: Either former spouse must have had a change in income or financial status. Either former spouse may petition if other is found to be voluntarily cohabitating with a third party in a sexual or romantic relatio... […]