Attorney Daylan A. Greene handles the estate planning, elder law, and probate cases for Goodwin Moss & Greene, P.C. She also practices juvenile law and assists with adoptions. During her time at the Georgia State University College of Law, Daylan was the research assistant to Professor Mary Radford. Daylan assisted Professor Mary Radford in the research and writing for the book Redfern Wills & Administration in Georgia 2020-2021, Trusts and Trustees in Georgia 2020-2021, and Georgia Guardianship and Conservatorship 2020-2021. Daylan uses this knowledge of the most updated law of estate planning and probate law to help the clients of Goodwin Moss & Greene P.C.
Before becoming Partner at Goodwin Moss & Greene P.C., Daylan was an Assistant District Attorney for Cherokee County where she was a prosecutor for the juvenile court team. She was the prosecutor for juvenile felony, juvenile misdemeanor, and all Children in Need of Services Cases. Before being sworn in as an Assistant District Attorney, Daylan practiced law at the Cherokee County District Attorney’s Office through the Georgia 3L practice act and later under the Georgia Graduate Practice Act. Daylan is trusted by the judges of Cherokee County as she is frequently appointed by judges to represent parties in Juvenile Court and Superior Court matters. She uses this experience of being in court frequently to help the clients of Goodwin Moss & Greene P.C, for any probate or juvenile matter that needs to go to court.
Daylan graduated from Georgia State University College of Law in 2020. She received her Bachelors of Art at Berry College where she graduated in 2017 with a Political Science Major and Legal Studies Minor. At her time at Berry College, Daylan was a research assistant for the political science department. Daylan is a Cherokee County native, and her family has lived in Cherokee County for over 4 generations. Daylan and her husband, Michael, are members of Macedonia Baptist Church and spend their time fly-fishing, farming, and spending their time with their family.