How We Are Different.
At The Saunders Firm, we cherish the opportunity to help secure what you love. We look forward to learning your story, hearing what matters to you, and helping you to discover what’s needed in your case. We’ll work closely with you to provide quality legal counsel at a reasonable cost, in the most efficient manner possible.
Meet Amber Saunders, Esq.
Amber is a graduate of Oakwood University, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (J.D.) and Emory University School of Law (LLM). Before she began practicing law, Amber founded Enrichment Prep, an alternative test-prep company. Enrichment Prep was a funding recipient of 100 Urban Entrepreneurs, a pretty cool organization that traveled across the United States with the White House hosting pitch competitions and giving seed funding to entrepreneurs in under-served communities. Amber is the author of Ahead of the Curve: What Parents Need to Know to Get Their Kids Into College (Peterson’s, 2014).
Amber is a serial entrepreneur, author, and attorney whose mission is to help business owners create lawyer-approved, sanity-inducing business strategies to form, fund and flourish in any economy, and help families have the peace of mind of knowing their family will be kept out of court and conflict in case of one of life’s inevitable emergencies.
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Founder and Managing Partner
Meet Morgan Marsh
Morgan is an Associate Attorney at The Saunders Firm. She has several years’ legal experience assisting clients in a wide range of individual and business controversy matters, as well as a long background in journalism. Prior to life as an attorney, Morgan was a print designer and chief copy editor, having worked at two of the region’s major newspapers: The Marietta Daily Journal and The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Morgan received her Juris Doctor from Georgia State University College of Law in 2016. She earned multiple CALI Excellence honors, awarded for the top grade achieved in a course, and graduated with highest Pro Bono Distinction for her volunteer work during and throughout law school. She served as Treasurer of Moot Court, President of the Family Law Society, Co-Chair of the Public Interest Law Association’s annual PILA Auction fundraiser, and Treasurer of the Estate Planning & Wealth Management Society.
During her time at GSU Law, Morgan was awarded fellowship opportunities to intern at The Legal Aid Society in New York City, where she assisted non-profit organizations and small business clients, and to work as a clinical student at the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic during all 3 years of law school, where she assisted low-income individuals and small business owners in federal tax controversy matters.