A marriage might be over, but a family still stands.
— Whitney Harrington

Striving to preserve civility and respect during the divorce process, Ms. Harrington educates her clients about the legal process, working closely with them to ensure they understand their options and rights 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 the families she serves, realizing that a marriage might be over but a family still stands. Sometimes, the best approach requires taking the decision-making power out of the judge’s hands and squarely putting it back into the hands of clients, those who know what their families need the most, in mediation.  Sometimes, that's not possible and the case has to be taken to a courtroom. 

Having practiced domestic relations in Tennessee for nearly than a decade and a half, Whitney Harrington offers clients a skillful blend of trial and courtroom experience with a cultivated understanding of what will work best for each family in each specific case.

Ms. Harrington is a two-time University of Memphis graduate; she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1998 and her Juris Doctorate from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in 2001. Ms. Harrington served as an extern to U.S. Magistrate Judge Diane Vescovo while in law school, and began her career after law school in Chattanooga, working as an associate in an established family law office. After spending a few years in Colorado, Ms. Harrington worked at an national domestic relations litigation firm in Memphis and Franklin before starting her own practice.

She has been admitted to practice law in Tennessee since 2001, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee since 2006 and in Colorado since 2008 (currently inactive).

Ms. Harrington has practiced domestic relations exclusively since 2010, and she is a Rule 31 Listed Family Law Mediator.

Current memberships include:

  • American Bar Association
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Williamson County Bar Association
  • Nashville Bar Association
  • Tennessee John Marshall American Inn of Court

She also has served on the Board of Directors for the University of Memphis Band Alumni Association and for DuBose Episcopal Conference Center.

Ms. Harrington enjoys living in her husband's hometown of Franklin where grandparents = free babysitting for her two small children.  In her free time, she loves fantasy football and her Memphis Tigers.