Founding Partner, Attorney Randall A. Meincke


In addition to his work at our firm, Randy is a part-time Associate Juvenile Court Judge in Forsyth County. Randy's reputation as an honest and well-respected attorney ensures he can be trusted in your time of need.  Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, Randy earned the distinction from the legal community for his legal abilities and ethics.

Born in Queens, New York, Randy and his family moved to St. Petersburg, Florida when he was in grade school. After graduating high school, Randy moved to Macon, Georgia to attend Mercer University. Randy managed his own practice in middle Georgia prior to relocating to Cumming, Georgia in 1996. Randy enjoys spending time in the outdoors and frequently visits the North Georgia mountains. Randy is a Sunday school teacher and choir member at Cumming First United Methodist Church. Randy and his wife live in Cumming.


  • State Bar of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court - Middle District of Georgia
  • Georgia Supreme Court
  • Georgia Court of Appeals


  • Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, J.D., Phi Delta Phi
  • Mercer University, B.A., Psychology and Religion

Memberships & Associations

  • State Bar of Georgia:
    • Family Law Section
  • Council of Juvenile Court Judges of Georgia
  • Forsyth County Bar Association
  • Georgia Association of Counsel for Children
  • National Association of Counsel for Children

Professional Experience

  • Associate Juvenile Court Judge, Forsyth County, Georgia 2014-present
  • Pro Hac Vice State Court Judge, Forsyth County, Georgia, 2001– 2002
  • Magistrate Judge, Forsyth County, Georgia, 2001– 2004
  • Special Master, State Bar of Georgia, 1991–1994
  • Adjunct Professor, Business Law, Macon College, 1991–1992
  • City Attorney, City of Culloden, 1988–1991
  • Alderman, City of Forsyth, 1985–1990
  • Adjunct Professor, Business Law, Tift College, 1979–1981 

Community Service

  • Cumming First United Methodist Church member
  • Region 3A STAR Student Chairman