Understanding the family unit, communication, and efficiency are the three defining features of Bethany Glandorf’s practice. Since she recognizes that each family is unique, Bethany ensures that each client receives the individual attention they deserve. As a believer in open communication, Bethany is able to be a strong advocate for her clients by focusing on each of their specialized needs. She is meticulous in her work to ensure that her clients are prepared and informed about their case at all stages.
Bethany’s knowledge of family law stems from her extensive legal experience. For over seven years, Bethany has skillfully handled matters related to divorce, child-custody, child support, juvenile, and numerous other family-oriented issues. Before entering private practice in 2010, Bethany worked in Tennessee Department of Human Services, the Davidson County Public Defender’s office, and Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance. She even dabbled in the Executive Branch when serving as an assistant to First Lady Andrea Conte.
Added together, Bethany’s singular legal experiences have led her to success in trials, mediations, and the Court of Appeals.
In addition, as a military spouse, Bethany has specific knowledge regarding the needs of military families who need a family law attorney. Bethany has represented clients stationed or living overseas, and often represents clients living in other states.
Outside of work, Bethany spends time with her own family – she frequently volunteers with the Wounded Warrior Project and the United Service Organizations, and loves nothing more than watching SEC football with her husband and dogs.
- University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D., 2008
University of South Carolina, B.A. in Political Science and Criminal Justice, 2005,
- Women’s Political Collaborative
- Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed Family Mediator
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Nashville Bar Association
- Rutherford and Cannon County Bar Association
- Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators
- Tennessee, 2008