Rachel Hill Borntreger (pronounced “Born-tray-gur”) practices exclusively in the areas of marital and family law. She is an experienced and tenacious trial attorney, who represents all persons in family law proceedings throughout North Florida.
Prior to practicing law, Rachel volunteered significant time advocating for children as a court-appointed Guardian Ad Litem. During law school, she focused her studies on serving the public, interning at both the Public Defender’s Office and the Public Interest Law Center Family Law Clinic, representing individuals in criminal and family law proceedings.
After graduating with honors from Florida State University College of Law, Rachel practiced at local firms, gaining valuable experience handling complex financial divorces and difficult parenting battles with a team of seasoned attorneys driven for success. After nine years in the field, equipped with expertise, passion and drive, Rachel opened her own firm, Borntreger Law, P.A.
A Tallahassee native, Rachel is passionate about her community. She serves as a Board Member of LeMoyne Arts, promoting art and art education in the Panhandle, and Sunrise Rotary, providing service to local community organizations. Rachel is also the founding president of a local non-profit, Capital Collaborative Group, dedicated to promoting alternative dispute resolutions. She is also a potter, musician, and fitness enthusiast.
Rachel is a guest lecturer at Florida State University College of Law on the subject of marital law, frequent speaker at community forums, and teaches other attorneys the practice of family law through Legal Aid’s Thunderdome program. In 2017, she was recognized as Legal Aid’s Mentor of the Year. In 2018, Rachel was a star fundraiser and dancer for Legal Services’ Dancing with the Stars competition.