Lisa Gill, founder of Gill Family Law and Graygill Consulting, provides 19 years of law and business savvy coupled with simplified, digestible how-to for a wide range of clients from women going through divorce to small business owners wanting to protect their assets for generations. With a streamlined process that utilizes modern efficiency tactics, Lisa gives clients the greatest advantage from the start, handling family-centered cases focused on divorce, child custody/parental issues, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, LGBTQ+ family law, families with mental health and/or addiction issues, and family-owned businesses. Through Graygill Consulting, Lisa helps executive-minded, entrepreneurial women reenter the workforce by reestablishing their professional network through creating forums and networks for them to connect, gain support, and flourish. Lisa’s personal experience working with a lawyer when she went through a tax audit on her own business, as well as working with the legal system through her divorce, inspired her to get into the industry. These cases equipped her to better represent business owners and women in divorce cases as she can deeply empathize with their struggles, issues, and concerns. She’s a passionate advocate for improving the experience of domestic violence survivors and for improving the experience of all families in the court systems. Her firm is a safe haven, allowing clients to heal mentally, while guiding them through life-changing legal matters, and ensuring every detail of the process is finely-tuned, including the redesign of her law office which exudes a refreshed day spa ambiance. Lisa has a bachelor’s in paralegal studies, a Juris Doctor of Law from the University of Memphis, and is licensed in both Mississippi and Tennessee with additional relocation and international cases. She’s the incoming chair for the Tennessee Bar Association, the director for the Memphis Bar Association, and on the executive board for Leadership Germantown. Her two biggest accolades include becoming a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and being board certified as a family law trial specialist in Tennessee. Lisa is married and has an adult son. In her free time, she loves a great challenge that expands her knowledge and likes to golf.