Whitney’s goal is to make your divorce suck a little bit less.
Focusing on Collaborative Divorce, an out of court, settlement based approach to divorce, Whitney works to maintain civility and respect during the divorce process. She educates her clients about the legal process, working closely with them to ensure they understand their options so to empower them in making the best decisions for the future health of their family. Her goal is to serve each client individually, striving to find real-life workable solutions for families.
Whitney has practiced exclusively in domestic relations since 2010, and she is a Rule 31 Listed Family Law Mediator.
Having practiced domestic relations in Tennessee for much of her career, Whitney offers clients a skillful blend of trial and courtroom experience with a cultivated understanding that, while sometimes necessary, litigation simply isn't the best route for most families.
Whitney served as an extern to U.S. Magistrate Judge Diane Vescovo while in law school, and as a clerk to U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Breen following law school. She began her domestic relations career in Chattanooga, working as an associate in an established family law office. Returning home to Memphis after spending a few years in Colorado, Whitney worked at the largest domestic relations litigation firm in the country. After relocating to her husband’s hometown of Franklin in 2015, she started her own practice in its historic downtown in 2017.
Whitney and her husband Tim live in Franklin with their two children and one very enthusiastic rescue dog. She loves the Memphis Tigers, Ted Lasso, and strongly believes March Madness should be a national holiday.