Thank you for visiting my website!
I am humbled that you have come to this site to learn about me and why I want to be the 4th Circuit Judge for Davidson County. Together, with your support and vote, we can make a positive and real change for Nashville and Davidson County. I am a breast cancer survivor who went through treatment while maintaining my practice. I know first-hand there are many circumstances that families face in the court system and how important it is to hear each individual’s situation. I have been a divorce and family law attorney in Davidson County for nearly twenty-five years. I am a mother with a son at Hume Fogg Academic Magnet High School and I am completely in awe of this generation of young thinkers who I believe will make this world a better place. It would be my honor to serve the citizens of Nashville working in the court that handles divorce and family law issues.
After passing both the Illinois and Tennessee bar exams in 1998, Audrey relocated to Nashville and quickly joined the Nashville Bar Association and has been a member for 24 years. Her first job was working for a local practitioner to learn the practice of law and then she transitioned to a law firm where she handled the firm’s domestic relations caseload. In 2005, Audrey started her own law practice and has worked for herself running her own successful law firm for the past eighteen years.
Audrey is passionate about the area of family law. She feels it is important to give families the ability to resolve their differences amicably and to work toward a resolution to their situation. In June 2014, she was trained at Lipscolm University Institute for Conflict Management and then became a Rule 31 Listed Family Mediator. Building upon that tool for families to utilize in their divorce proceeding, she also has been engaged in and promotes the collaborative approach for families to participate in this process to resolve their domestic cases.