Elizabeth Yarbrough is a Tennessee family law attorney and family mediator with over nineteen years’ experience in handling complex divorce and family law matters for hundreds of clients. She is an experienced professional specially trained in mediation, collaborative law, effective communication and advanced negotiation and conflict resolution.

Elizabeth understands that there is nothing more important than preserving the emotional and financial health of your family. Her practice philosophy is that the very best outcomes are those that can be negotiated outside of the courtroom, where you as the client retain decision making and self determination for yourself and your children. Listening to her client understanding their goals, and providing advice to empower them to reach good settlements is always the primary goal.

In some cases, settlement cannot be achieved due to the unreasonable negotiation tactics of the other party or their attorney, and preparation of your case for trial is an ongoing process that starts the day you hire our firm. Our practice is designed to create an effective partnership to allow us to achieve your goals together.

Professional Credentials

Attorney at Law
Admitted to practice in Tennessee
TSC Rule 31 listed Family Mediator specially trained in Domestic Violence
Tennessee Supreme Court
Collaborative Law Attorney
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Memphis Collaborative Alliance
Legal Community Involvement
Memphis Collaborative Alliance
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Memphis Bar Assocation, Member
Family Law, Juvenile Law, Solo/Small Firm, ADR Sections
Tennessee Bar Association, Member
Family Law and ADR Sections
Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators, Member
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Member
Memphis Area Legal Services
MALS CARES Act Project, Volunteer
MALS Pro Bono Attorney, Volunteer Attorney
Shelby County Courthouse Pro Se Legal Clinic, Volunteer Attorney
Second Saturday Legal Clinic, Volunteer Attorney
Community Legal Center, Volunteer Attorney


Attorney for Justice Award
Tennessee Supreme Court
American Jurisprudence Award-Domestic Violence Clinic
University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
CALI-Domestic Violence Clinic
University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
American Jurisprudence Award-Child Advocacy Clinic
University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
CALI-Child Advocacy Clinic
University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law


University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
Juris Doctor
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
University of Memphis, School of Education
Graduate Courses
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Substance Abuse Counseling
Group Counseling

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