Heather Logan joined Abbott & Abbott, P.C. in 2016. Her primary practice area is domestic litigation. Specifically, Mrs. Logan works closely alongside clients to provide representation during trials and mediations, prepare and assist clients with daily needs, and provide legal advice for all family law matters.
Mrs. Logan received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia, cum laude, with a B.S. in Journalism and Mass Communications and a minor in Spanish. She went on to earn her Juris Doctor with an Advanced Legal Writing Certificate from Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law. She was thereafter admitted to the State Bar of Georgia.
While in law school, Mrs. Logan held various positions in multiple organizations. Most notably, she was elected the American Bar Association liaison, served on the Executive Board of the Mercer Advocacy Council, and was elected Co-President of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. Further, she competed in the Charleston Moot Court Competition and served as a Moot Court Coach for the National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Currently, Mrs. Logan lives locally with her husband, Matt, and their two dogs. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, exercise, and travel.
Areas of Practice
- Family Law
- Same Sex Legal Issues
- Custody & Visitation
- Estate Planning
- Child Support
- Domestic Violence
- Visitation Rights
- Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law, Macon, Georgia
- Juris Doctor
- Honors: Advanced Legal Writing Certificate
- Honors: American Bar Association Liaison
- Honors: Executive Board of the Mercer Advocacy Council
- Honors: Elected Co-President of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity
- Honors: Charleston Moot Court Competition
- Honors: Moot Court Coach for the National Appellate Advocacy Competition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- University of Georgia
- Honors: cum laude
- Major: Journalism and Mass Communications
- Minor: Spanish
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