Maggie Gorji



3340 Peachtree Road, NE

Suite 1530

Atlanta, GA 30326

O: (404) 869-5290

D: (404) 869-5295



Vanderbilt University Law School
Juris Doctor, 2004

Wellesley College
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in History and Anthropology, 2000


Ms. Gorji, who is a lawyer with Kresky Law, has practiced exclusively family law for over a decade. Prior to joining Kresky Law, Ms. Gorji practiced with the late John Mayoue, one of the most respected family lawyers in the country, at the law firm of Mayoue Gray Eittreim, P.C. Ms. Gorji has represented clients in all aspects of domestic relations litigation. This includes negotiating and drafting prenuptial, postnuptial and settlement agreements, as well as skillfully litigating actions for divorce, contempt, modification, custody, legitimation, and paternity. During her career, Ms. Gorji has focused primarily on handling high-profile and high net worth, and complex divorce litigation. 

Following Ms. Goji’s undergraduate studies at Wellesley College, she spent a summer in Nanjing, China as a research assistant at Nanjing University, where she performed qualitative data analysis.

While at Vanderbilt University Law School, Ms. Gorji spent a summer as a legal intern at Boston University Medical Center for the Family Advocacy Program.

Following her graduation from Law School and prior to entering the field of family law, Ms. Gorji completed an ORISE Fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control.  

Ms. Gorji is a native of Baltimore, and has been a Georgia resident since graduating from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2004.


State Bar of Georgia


Vanderbilt University Scholastic Excellence Award in Legal Process; Moot Court Competition; International Law Society; and Amnesty International

First Year Academic Distinction, Wellesley College


John CMayoue and Margaret G. Gorji. “Georgia's Evolving View on the Enforceability of Prenuptial Agreements.” Georgia Bar Journal, February 2007; Vol. 12:5, p. 12.

Lindley MC, Horlick GA, Shefer AM, Shaw FE, Gorji M.  “Assessing State Immunization Requirements for Healthcare Workers and Patients.”  Am J Prev Med, June 2007; 32(6):459-465.

Horlick G, Shaw FE, Gorji M, Fishbein DB. “Working Group on Legislation, Vaccination and Adolescent Health. Delivering New Vaccines to Adolescents: The Role of School-Entry Laws.”  Pediatrics, 2008 Jan;121 Suppl 1:S79-84.

Zhang H, Stanton B, Li X,  Mao R, Sun Z, Kaljee L, Clemens M, Ravendhram S, Qu M. “Perceptions and Attitudes Regarding Sex and Condom Use Among Chinese College Students: A Qualitative Study.” AIDS and Behavior, 2004; 8:105-17.