Peggy Roth is an experienced mediator and arbitrator who specializes in domestic, probate, personal injury, civil, eldercare, and juvenile cases. She has extensive experience in family matters and employment issues, having mediated domestic and EEOC cases for the last 14 years; she also has worked as a panel arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for the last 10 years.
Peggy’s work as a neutral includes conflict resolution of personal injury and insurance disputes; all domestic matters, including divorce, child support, custody, parenting time, alimony, and separation issues; elder care issues involving adult children and their spouses; probate issues; and employment issues. She is a registered civil and domestic mediator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.
Peggy’s passion for bringing people together, her background in psychology, and creative, thoughtful approach make her a sought-after neutral. She received her training at the Justice Center of Atlanta and Henning Mediation and has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Ohio State University.
Peggy is a Leadership Atlanta alum (class of 2008) and has been an active community leader for over 30 years. The mother of three grown children, Peggy is also a passionate animal lover, and owns two Cavalier King Charles spaniels.