Tina Thapar, Associate Attorney
The Atlanta Divorce Law Group
3510 Old Milton Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30005 (Main Office)
Phone: (678) 203-9893
Fax: (770) 854-1008
I was born and raised in New Jersey by my parents and elder sister. Shortly after the ’96 Olympics my family relocated to Alpharetta, GA where we have lived since. My immediate family now consists of my mother, father, sister, and brother-in-law. But it doesn’t stop there! Being Indian comes with many perks, one of them being having a very large family. I have a countless number of aunts, uncles, and cousins all whom I get to see pretty regularly. Lastly, my lifelong friends are also a large part of my family.
Family. For me, it is comprised of people who accepts me for who I am. This can be a friend, a relative through blood, or marriage. They are the ones that are continuously by my side. These are the people that would do anything to see me smile, those who understand me the most, and who love me unconditionally. Family consists of people that most easily get under my skin, but would never let any harm come to me. Family to me is being able to joke around with my mother, drink cups of chai with my father, be a typical younger sibling around my sister, and talking about the most random things with my brother-in-law.
A few years ago I had a close friend marry the girl of his dreams. Their families got along well, they were in love, and things seemed perfect. Within a few months of marriage, they started to resent one another and no longer had the love that they initially felt. They continued to live together and tried to make things work, but it was never the same. Within two years of marriage they decided it was best to end their marriage and go their separate ways. Since then my friend has been able to pursue his dreams of becoming an entrepreneur and his ex-wife has since then married and had a baby boy of her own. Even though the time they spent married together was not the best time of their lives, they were able to come out of their divorce pursuing their dreams and aspirations. Since then they have followed their individual passions and have grown to love life again.
Tina graduated from Alpharetta High School and earned her bachelor’s degree from Emory University. She received her law degree from Cumberland School of Law. Tina is admitted to the Georgia State Bar and the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Georgia. She is a member of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (GAWL) and South Asian Bar Association of Georgia (SABA-GA). Tina is fluent in Hindi and Punjabi. When not pursuing her passion for law, she enjoys playing soccer, traveling, volunteering and dancing.