Timothy J. Ramsey, Principal

A North Carolina native, Tim graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science degree. Before attending law school, he obtained his North Carolina Real Estate Broker license. Tim attended the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia where he obtained his Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Finance. He simultaneously attended the University of Georgia School of Law where he obtained the degree of Juris Doctor Magna Cum Laude. Tim is licensed to practice in the states of Georgia and North Carolina.
Tim provides general business representation to a variety of clients with emphasis in commercial real estate, business organizations and commercial transactions. Clients served include entrepreneurial business owners, software development and licensing companies, automobile dealerships, franchisees, professional service providers, insurance agents and brokers, financial advisors, commercial real estate owners, investors, developers and builders, industrial manufacturers, and retailers. He plays a key role in growth and exit strategic planning with his clients, and results oriented implementation.
Tim is a founding shareholder of the firm and has served as managing partner since 1986.  Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C. was named Top Law Firm (medium) for Business & Transactions in the 2012 Georgia Super Lawyers Business Edition.  Tim has been named a Georgia Super Lawyer (top 5% of Georgia attorney) by Atlanta Magazine s every year since 2008.  He also has been named as one of Georgia Trend Magazine’s Legal Elite.
Tim is married to Betsy with two adult children.  They live in the Emory Northlake area of DeKalb County and are members of Oak Grove United Methodist Church.  Tim is a member of Druid Hills Golf Club and Twin Lakes Swim and Tennis Club.  Tim enjoys outdoor activities, including tennis, golf, biking and boating.  He was captain of his USTA team which won the Georgia State Championship in 2004 and 2005, and advanced to the USTA National Championships in 2004. He has volunteered for service with Habitat for Humanity, North Atlanta Rotary, and Boy Scouts of America.