About Ken Sisco
Ken received his undergraduate degree in history from Princeton University, where he also played varsity football. He then went on to get his law degree at Widener University in Pennsylvania and has held bar licenses in three states (NY, NJ and GA).
Over the past 25 years, Ken has been helping people to make sure that they are well represented and fairly treated under the law. He has litigated everything from minor personal injury cases to multi-million dollar complex multi-party disputes.
During his many years of litigation, Ken has realized people with probate problems are a group that is underserved and not well represented. When he chose to leave corporate America to open his own practice, he decided to focus his efforts on probate matters – especially probate litigation.
In addition to probate, Ken also maintains a general civil litigation practice and can assist with a wide range of civil disputes such as personal injury cases, real estate, breach of contract actions, and more.
Ken is also a Registered Neutral Mediator with Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution provides mediation services. See sisco-law-adr.com for more information.
Outside the office, you will often find Ken at the ballpark, where he volunteers as a commissioner and coach for a youth rec baseball league. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two teenage sons, as well as his spoiled dogs Rex and Stoli. Although a native of New Jersey, Ken now firmly considers himself a southerner. He enjoys watching college football in the fall and is a proud Georgia Bulldogs fan.
Ken will strive to quickly and efficiently resolve the issues so you and your family members can move on with your lives. Call 404-831-3479 for a free consultation.
In December 2001 Ken moved to Georgia and passed the February 2002 Georgia bar exam. Ken is admitted to the Georgia State bar, as well as to bars for the Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. He is also admitted to the United States District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia.
✓ 1998 – New York State Bar
✓ 2002 – Georgia State Bar