Dell Murphy joined O’Kelley & Sorohan as an attorney in the Kennesaw office in 2014. She primarily focuses her practice in residential real estate closings but has experience in resolving title issues and in dealing with REO transactions, builders and developers. Prior to joining O’Kelley & Sorohan, Dell was a managing attorney with other firms, served as in-house counsel for a volume residential builder and, most recently, was an owner and partner in her own firm.
Dell earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History, with a minor in Real Estate from Georgia State University. The minor in Real Estate fueled her interest in the field and also allowed her to qualify for and obtain her Georgia Real Estate Broker’s license. Dell went on to earn her Juris Doctor from John Marshall School of Law.
Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Dell has lived in Georgia for over 30 years. Prior to her law career, Dell was a stay at home mom and has two grown children and four small grandchildren. Dell and her husband live in Canton.