Keith Lewis is a member of the firm’s litigation department, focusing about half of his time on domestic relations (divorce, custody, child support). The remainder of Keith’s practice focuses on other civil and criminal litigation matters, including appeals.
Since his admission to the Georgia Bar in 2008, Keith has spent his entire career in the courtroom. Keith has advocated for his clients in a wide range of matters in both federal and state courts.
Keith aims to provide his clients with insightful legal analysis, fierce advocacy, and ample personal attention. While domestic litigation is often acrimonious, Keith strives to help his clients focus on the core issues in dispute. He utilizes creative dispute resolution strategies, and helps his clients balance the scope of the litigation against the client’s budget. “I love helping people solve their stressful legal problems, as efficiently and as inexpensively as possible,” says Keith.
“Divorce and custody issues touch so many people in our community,” Keith adds. “I have been involved in family law proceedings in my own personal life and in the lives of my close friends and family,” Keith continues. “This personal experience allows me to empathize with my clients while also providing them with an honest, professional assessment of their case,” concludes Keith. In short, Keith wants to help you solve your legal problems.
Keith grew up all over Georgia, before settling in Fayette County in middle school. He is a graduate of Fayette County High. Keith also has a long history with Slepian, Schwartz, & Landgaard having first clerked with the firm as a college student in 2001. Recently, Keith returned to the firm after operating his own law firm in Denver, Colorado from 2011-2015.
– LL.M. in Tax Law, University of Denver (2012)
– J.D., Florida State University College of Law (2008)
– B.A., Economics, Georgia State University (2005)
– Georgia (2008)
– Colorado (2011)