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Whitney's practice is focused on family law matters. Whitney's sight has been set on family law since before she began her undergraduate education at the University of Maine, where she earned her B.S. in Business Management with a minor in Legal Studies.
Whitney attended the University of Maine School of Law, graduating in 2019. During her time at law school, Whitney served as president of the Juvenile Law Society, Chairwoman of the Maine Association for Public Interest Law, and Externed at the Portland District Court. Whitney excelled as a Student Attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, where she represented clients in a variety of matters including divorces, post-divorce motions and other family matters, juvenile matters, and protection from abuse cases. Whitney is a recipient of the law school's Family, Juvenile, & Elder Law Award, with a focus in Family Law, for outstanding scholastic achievement.
During her tenure as a Student Attorney, Whitney drafted, and testified in support of a legislative bill titled, An Act to Ease Financial Burdens for Juveniles Involved in the Justice System, which became law in 2019.
While earning her undergraduate and law school degrees, Whitney also worked for a small family law firm from 2012 to 2019.
Currently, Whitney serves as the Legislative Liaison of the Maine State Bar Association's Family Law Section and is a contributor to the 2020 supplement to A Practical Guide to Divorce in Maine, published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education New England.
For more information about Whitney's family law practice, please contact her at (207) 775-3101 or email@example.com