Loraine DiSalvo has been practicing law in Georgia since 1997. Loraine is a partner with Morgan & DiSalvo, P.C., the Alpharetta law firm dedicated to helping individuals and families plan and prepare for the many changes that life brings.
Loraine’s areas of concentration include Estate Planning, Probate, Estate Administration, Trust Administration, Tax Planning, Business Succession Planning, Estate and Trust Dispute Resolution, Charitable Gift Planning, and Charitable Organizations. She specializes in addressing the unique needs of blended and non-traditional families and domestic partnerships.
Loraine is a member of the North Fulton Bar Association, the Stonewall Bar Association, the Georgia Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Atlanta Bar Association, and the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers. She is currently serving as the Chair and a member of the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Bar Association’s Estate Planning and Probate Section. She also serves as a contributing editor of The Mortmain, which is published by the Estate Planning and Probate Section for its members. Loraine recently finished her second consecutive year as President of the Professional Women’s Information Network (ProWIN), an organization which provides networking, educational, and charitable opportunities for entrepreneurial and professional women in the metropolitan Atlanta area. While still on the ProWIN board of directors, she is now enjoying the role of Immediate Past President.
An Atlanta native, Loraine graduated cum laude from Georgia State University and earned her J.D. degree, with distinction, from Emory University. Loraine has one adopted daughter and two grandchildren. She lives in Sandy Springs with her husband, Anthony, and enjoys riding motorcycles and using her expertise as a trained auto mechanic to work on their multiple cars and bikes.
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