Kelsey Grodzicki

PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Litigation, Default Services

kgrodzicki@campbellandbrannon.com

Admissions

Georgia, 2010; Tennesee, 2011
All Georgia Trial and Appellate Courts
United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Sixth, and Eleventh Circuits
United States District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Georgia
United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Tennessee

Education

Furman University (B.A. 2006)

Stetson University College of Law (J.D. 2009)

Kelsey joined Campbell & Brannon in 2014 and oversees the firm’s Litigation and Default Departments. His practice focuses on representing lenders, loan servicers, title insurance companies, and individuals in a wide variety of complex civil litigation and bankruptcy matters involving contract disputes, real estate, quiet title actions, lien priority actions, collection matters, and claims brought against landlords, insurers, lenders and individuals. A true expert in his field, Kelsey literally wrote the book on Georgia real estate litigation, having authored the LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Real Estate Litigation, 2017 Edition, and he continues to write regarding legal developments in the mortgage servicing and real estate arenas for various publications. Dedicated to giving back, Kelsey spends many hours serving the community through pro-bono legal service.

Born and raised in Atlanta, Kelsey and his wife, Dr. Colette Grodzicki now live in Suwanee and have two young children, Wexler and Cora. Kelsey was a varsity track and field athlete in college and continues to enjoy the sport today. In his downtime, Kelsey enjoys exploring the Atlanta restaurant scene.

Involvement

Member:

  • State Bar of Georgia, Commercial Litigation, Creditor’s Rights, and Real Property Law Sections
  • State Bar of Tennessee, Real Estate Law Section and Young Lawyers Division

Publications

  • January 2019, DSNews Magazine, Georgia Law Could Impact Mail-Away or Witness-Only Closings
  • LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Real Estate Litigation, 2017 & 2018 Edition, published by LexisNexis
  • Spring 2018, ALFN ANGLE, How Harvesting Trees Can Pay Off Your Loan in Georgia
  • Fall 2017, ALFN ANGLE, Giving Pay-Off Information to Third-Party Purchasers and Protecting your Security Interests
  • June 2017, DSNews Magazine¸ Counsel’s Corner Interview with Kelsey Grodzicki regarding Regulatory Compliance in Today’s Technology-Inundated Mortgage Industry
  • May 2014, Phoenix Group Journal, FCRA Compliance: Handling a Consumer’s Dispute Under the Letter of the Law and the Supervision of the CFPB
  • July 2012, Legal League Quarterly, Don’t’ Get Fooled by a Borrower’s Attorney: Shortened Response Requirements for Qualified Written Requests Have Yet to Take Effect
  • 34th Annual Georgia Real Property Law Institute, Wrote and Presented: Impact of the Government Mortgage Settlement on the Lending Industry-2012
  • March 2012, Legal League Quarterly, Does your loan Modification Offer Create a Contract?

Presentations and awards

  • Named a "Rising Star" by Georgia Super Lawyers in Civil Litigation (2017, 2018, 2019)
  • April 2016, Community Assistance Center’s 2015-2016 Award for Outstanding Legal Services for pro bono litigation services provided to the Community Assistance Center, a non-profit
  • 34th Annual Georgia Real Property Law Institute, Wrote and Presented: Impact of the Government Mortgage Settlement on the Lending Industry-2012