Courtney Whiteley

Attorney

Courtney is a dedicated and compassionate attorney, specializing in domestic litigation, who earned her law degree from Washburn University School of Law in 2011. Since graduating, she has been an integral part of the legal landscape in the Kansas City Metropolitan area, offering her expertise and support to individuals navigating challenging domestic cases. Courtney holds licenses to practice law in both Kansas and Missouri, demonstrating her commitment to serving clients on both sides of the state line.

Throughout her career, Courtney has focused on domestic litigation, honing her skills and becoming a trusted advocate for those facing complex legal challenges in family matters. Her dedication to her clients goes beyond the courtroom, as she strives to provide not only legal expertise but also empathy and understanding during what can be one of the most difficult periods in a person’s life.

Courtney’s professional achievements include successfully arguing domestic cases in front of the Kansas Court of Appeals, showcasing her legal acumen and advocacy skills. Her ability to navigate the intricacies of family law and present compelling arguments has earned her a reputation for excellence in the legal community.

What sets Courtney apart is her genuine commitment to approaching each case with compassion and understanding. She recognizes the emotional toll that domestic litigation can take on individuals and families, and her primary motivation is to assist her clients through this challenging journey. Courtney takes pride in helping her clients navigate the litigation process in a civilized manner, seeking resolutions that prioritize the well-being of all parties involved.

For Courtney, the greatest sense of professional satisfaction comes from guiding her clients through the legal complexities of domestic cases while providing the support and understanding they need. Her approach to practicing law reflects not only her legal prowess but also her commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those she serves.