Judith Delus Montgomery is a Caribbean-American Attorney who was born in the Bahamas and migrated to the United States at the age of 4. Judith grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida, and is first generation American raised by Haitian Immigrant Parents. Judith has always had a desire to protect everyday citizens and ensure that their voices are heard. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Education from Florida State University on a full academic scholarship. Judith then attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University on a partial academic scholarship. She went on to complete her law school externship at the 13th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office in Tampa, Florida.
Judith next went to work as a prosecutor for the 15th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office in West Palm Beach, Florida, where she honed her trial skills. Judith relocated to Atlanta, Georgia after accepting an offer with the Georgia Department of Labor where she served as an Administrative Law Judge.
Today, Judith practices in the areas of family law and immigration and frequently teaches continued learning education courses throughout the State of Georgia on family and immigration law. Judith a published author, completing her first book, “Divorce with Kids, A practical guide: Achieving the Best Outcome for You and Your Children.” Judith is also very active in the Atlanta Metro Area and dedicates her spare time to charities that help victims of domestic violence, children’s rights, and animal rights.