October 7, 2022

Best of Cobb is Back!

Dear Friends,

It’s that time of year again: Best of Cobb 2023 nominations are open! Best of Cobb gives our community the opportunity to select exceptional local businesses in every industry. You can support the Gentry Law Firm by nominating us here. We would greatly appreciate your vote! 

How it works: You can vote once a day, every day. If you don’t see our name on the ballot, you can type it in. 

What to nominate us for: Please nominate “Bill Gentry" or "Gentry Law Firm LLC” under the following categories: 

  • Attorney (Civil) 
  • Attorney (Individual) 
  • Attorney (Family/Divorce)
  • Overall Attorney 
  • Overall Law Firm 

Nominations will close Friday, October 28, 2022, and final voting will get started in November. Stay tuned, and thank you for your support! 

As always, you can reach our office at (770) 425-5573 or by visiting our website agentrylawfirmgeorgia.com. Head to our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts for more.

All the best,

Bill Gentry

Gentry Law Firm LLC

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New Faces

We're so excited to share the latest addition to the Gentry Law Firm team! Marina Thelen has joined the firm as an Executive Assistant. She graduated from Tulane Law School in 1999 and was a practicing attorney in the state of Texas before moving to Georgia.

When not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and their two dogs, aquarium and Koi keeping, mid-century modern architecture, and discovering new travel destinations. Read more about Marina and the rest of our team here.

Website Changes

We're proud to announce that we've just launched our updated website! Rest assured, you can still find us at GentryLawFirmGeorgia.com, we've just got a new and improved look. Check out the latest updates here!

Justice Jam 2022

We were thrilled to sponsor Cobb Legal Aid's annual Justice Jam again this year! This great event supports the Cobb Justice Foundation and their outstanding work providing pro bono legal services for low-income folks in our community.

Thank you for the exceptional work you do in our community and for putting on such a fantastic event! If you'd like to support their work, you can donate here.

News & Resources

Marital Hatred - Does it Pass?

Sometimes divorce is not the right option for you. Lulls in marriages can happen for a variety of reasons. New studies have been published on "normal marital hatred," meaning that the season you're in is likely to pass. This doesn't pertain to situations of cheating or abuse but rather moments of idealizing your relationship when you shouldn't.

Click here to read more from Washington Post