Bethany Peery Glandorf has been helping individuals with family law needs for over 6 years in the Greater Nashville area and surrounding counties. Bethany believes that open communication and focus on the client’s needs are essential to being a strong advocate. Bethany joined the Collins Law Firm, PLLC in 2016, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge and experience regarding matters related to divorce, child-custody, child support, juvenile, and numerous other legal issues that may arise in someone’s family life.
Bethany has helped hundreds of families and individuals obtain resolution to important family matters. As a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed Family Mediator Bethany also mediates settlements between parties in all types of family law matters. Bethany attributes her success as a mediator to her strong skills developed in negotiating settlements for her own clients. As an experienced Trial Attorney, Bethany focuses on the details necessary to win the case for her clients. She is meticulous in her work and ensuring that her clients are prepared and informed about their case at all stages.
As a military spouse, Bethany has specific knowledge regarding the needs of the military family who find themselves in need of a family law attorney. Bethany has represented clients stationed or living overseas and often represents clients living in other states. Bethany has also successfully represented clients in the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
Before entering private practice in 2010, Bethany worked as an Administrative Hearing Officer for the Tennessee Department of Human Services. Bethany also has previous experience in the Executive Branch when serving as an assistant to First Lady Andrea Conte. Bethany also previously interned at the Davidson County Public Defender’s office and Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance. Bethany attended the University of South Carolina where she obtained dual degrees in Political Science and Criminal Justice and was also a member of the Gamecock Dance Team. Bethany’s hobbies include volunteering for the Wounded Warrior Project, the USO, and spending time with her husband and their dogs watching SEC football.
- J.D., University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Memphis, Tennessee, 2008
B.A., University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, 2005
Cum Laude Political Science and Criminal Justice
- 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