ROYCE SAGO, ESQ.
Attorney Royce Sago has practiced law in Georgia for over 10 years. She has dedicated her career to families and children dealing with sensitive issues. Attorney Sago started her career as a Child Attorney representing children who have been neglected and abused. She transitioned from a Child Attorney to a Special Assistant Attorney General, SAAG, Associate representing the Department of Family and Children Services in Dependency actions.
Through her career, she has gained valuable insight in the intersection of law and family. She prides herself on working with her clients to create settlement options conducive to a changing family dynamic while protecting the client's individual interests. When settlement is not an option, Attorney Sago is a zealous advocate who works to obtain positive results for her client.
In addition to being a litigator, Royce also serves as a Guardian Ad Litem in private custody cases. Her extensive background in child welfare and family law makes her uniquely suited to work with families and attorneys to determine what is in a child’s best interest in a custody dispute.
Attorney Sago is a member of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) and was selected for the 2017 class of the Charles Weltner Family Law Inn of Court. She is a graduate of GABWA’s Professional Development Academy and the Georgia Bar’s Young Lawyer’s Division Leadership Academy. She currently serves as a board member of GABWA’s Professional Development Academy where she mentors young lawyers and law students.