Ms. Gray is a 1993 graduate of Florida State University College of Law. Currently, she is the founding partner of Gray Law which concentrates in Marital and Family Law. She also assists BarBri in preparing law graduates for the Florida Bar exam.
Prior to Gray Law, Ms. Gray exclusively practiced marital and family law as a partner with the McCall Moody & Gray Law Firm. She also exclusively practiced marital and family law at Novey Law. Prior to concentrating her practice to marital and family law, she has practiced insurance defense, commercial litigation, collection recovery, and property disputes at Sundberg & Hessman, P.A. Ms. Gray also served as a hearing officer for the Public Employees Relations Commission for over ten years. Additionally, Ms. Gray was a Guardian Ad Litem for over five years investigating and making recommendations to the court on time sharing disputes.
Ms. Gray has applied her broad range of expertise to the multiple issues that are prevalent in the practice of marital and family law. She is also a Certified Family Mediator, Guardian Ad Liten and a Parenting Coordinator.
Ms. Gray has personally experienced the challenges of divorce and co-parenting. This brings her trusted knowledge and commitment to the law to help you protect yourself, your family and your assets.
Florida State University College of Law, J.D., 1993 – Graduated with Honors
University of Colorado at Boulder, B.A., 1990 – Psychology and Sociology
Florida Bar 1993
Colorado Bar 1993
The Florida Bar – Family Law Section
Florida Association of Women Lawyers
Tallahassee Bar Association
Tallahassee Women Lawyers - Board of Directors
William H. Stafford American Inn of Court – Master Lawyer
Tallahassee Women Lawyers Mentoring Committee
Tallahassee Bar Association Pro Bono Committee
High Conflict Children Issues Subcommittee - Family Law Section
Nomenclature Committee – Family Law Section
Thunderdome Mentor for Family Law
AVVO Top-Rated Lawyer 2019
2018 Exceptional Pro Bono Service by Supreme Court of Florida
US Business Legal Elite 2018 – Best Tallahassee Divorce Law Firm
2018 Legal Leader by American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell
AVVO 2017 Top-Rated Lawyer
2017 Legal Elite Awards – Most Passionate Family Law Attorney in Northwest Florida
AVVO Client’s Choice Award
2016 Client Satisfaction Award and 10 Best Female Attorneys from The American Institute of Family Law
Florida Association of Women Lawyers 2014 Leader in the Law
Nominated for Tally Awards 2014
The National Advocates Top 100 Lawyers for Matrimonial and Family Lawyers - 2015
AV Preeminent rated with Martindale-Hubbell
Second Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission 2014-2018
Kirsten “Kiki” Dunton is an attorney with over 19 years of legal experience, and over 25 years professional experience.
Kiki earned her J.D. from Wake Forest University and holds a BA degree from the College of William & Mary. She most recently worked as an Attorney ad Litem for children in the dependency system, and was with Children’s Legal Services for several years. As a Senior Attorney with Children’s Legal Services, Kiki was a leader on a child welfare team working with social workers, protective investigators, mental health professionals, service providers, caregivers, parents, and other attorneys to ensure abused children were safe and formulated strategies to improve family safety. In that role, she was also responsible for all court activities, including writing motions, orders, petitions, and briefs, as well as regularly litigating various hearings and trials. In 2017, Kiki was awarded the Florida Second Judicial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Attorney award for excellence in advocacy for children with special needs.
Prior to her work as an attorney, Kiki worked with a variety of non-profits and policy organizations as an organizer and advocate, gaining valuable skills in advocacy, public speaking, and written communication.
Wake Forest University Law School, J.D., 2000 – Order of the Barristers
College of William and Mary, B.A., 1989 – Government
Florida Bar 2007
North Carolina Bar 2000 (inactive)
Supreme Court of the United States 2019