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1915 Professional Circle, Auburn, Alabama 36830, United States

(334) 821-1894 divorce lawyer attorney

Helping our clients with over 60 years of combined Legal Experience divorce lawyer

Our Team of Attorneys

Beverlye Brady

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Practice Areas: Divorce and Family Law, Business Law, Appellate Brief Writing, Probate


A lifelong native of Lee County, Alabama, Beverlye Brady began practicing in Auburn in 1986 with Davis, Cox and Pollard, which subsequently became Davis, Cox, Benson and Brady. In 1991, Beverlye began her solo practice focusing on domestic relations. In 2005, Stephanie Pollard joined Beverlye in practice and the firm became known as Beverlye Brady and Associates. Beverlye is originally from Auburn, Alabama and graduated from Auburn University in 1982 cum laude where she earned a B.A. in Political Science. Beverlye graduated cum laude from Cumberland School of Law in 1986. At Cumberland, Beverlye served as an editor on the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, served on the Henry Upson Simms Moot Court Board and competed in numerous Moot Court and Client Counseling Competitions, and was a member of Order of the Coif. 


Beverlye is admitted to practice in Alabama courts and is a member of the Alabama Bar Association, where she remains an active member of the Family Law Section, where she previously served as Member-at-Large. Beverlye is also a member and former President of the Lee County Bar Association. Beverlye is a founding member of the Lee County Indigent Defense Commission and actively participates as a member of the Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program. Beverlye is a frequent lecturer at Continuing Legal Education seminars and is available to assist clients in all Alabama counties; however, her practice is primarily focused in Central and East Alabama (Lee, Tallapoosa, Macon, Montgomery, and Chambers counties). In addition to litigation, Beverlye is available to mediate cases for others, as she has completed training and been certified in Domestic Relations mediation, Domestic Violence mediation, and Advanced Mediation.


Beverlye is currently a member of the Alabama Ethics Commission and President of Deo Volente, a non-profit corporation. She served on the Auburn Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors from 1999-2001. Beverlye is the Former Chairman of the Lee County Republican Executive Committee, the Former President of the Lee County Republican Club, the Former President of the Kiwanis Club of Lee County, and she has served on the Lee County American Cancer Society Board of Directors, the Charter Foundation Board, the Lee County Heart Association, and the Heart Guild Executive Committee. 

Beverlye lives in Auburn, Alabama and attends Mt. Olive Baptist Church. She enjoys cooking (and is well known for her delicious cookies), spending time with family, and traveling.

Stephanie Pollard

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Practice Areas: Divorce and Family Law, Business Law, Appellate Brief Writing


Stephanie Pollard joined the firm as an Associate in 2005. She is originally from Alabaster, Alabama and graduated from Auburn University in 2002 where she earned a B.A. in Psychology with a Minor in Political Science. Stephanie earned her Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law in 2005. At Cumberland, Stephanie was appointed to serve as Assistant Justice on the Henry Upson Simms Moot Court Board and won the “Best Respondent’s Brief” Award in the Shores Appellate Argument Competition. During law school, Stephanie served as a law clerk for Hon. R.A. “Sonny” Ferguson, a domestic relations judge in Jefferson County. The experience with Judge Ferguson made Stephanie realize she wanted to practice in the area of family law/domestic relations.


Stephanie is admitted to practice in Alabama courts and is a member of the Alabama Bar Association, where she remains an active member of the Family Law Section. Stephanie is also a member of the Lee County Bar Association. Stephanie actively participates as a member of the Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program and volunteers with the Wills for Heroes Program. 


Stephanie is available to assist clients in all Alabama counties, but her practice is primarily focused in East Alabama (Lee, Tallapoosa, Macon, and Chambers counties). Stephanie is a board-certified Family Law Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, which is the highest, most stringent, and most reliable honor an attorney can achieve. She was previously voted “Best Attorney” in 2010 by the Opelika Auburn News.


Stephanie is a 2018 graduate of Leadership Lee County, and a Benefactor Member of the Auburn University Women’s Philanthropy Board where she has served as a member of the Mentoring Committee and as a Benefactor Member-At-Large on the WPB Executive Committee. She is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Lee County and previously served on the steering committee for Michelin Development-East Alabama. Stephanie is a board member of the Delta Delta Delta Phi-Theta Chapter House Corporation, where she has previously served as President and Secretary/Treasurer. Stephanie is also a certified Kansas City Barbecue Judge.


Stephanie lives in Auburn, Alabama and attends Auburn United Methodist Church. She enjoys reading, tasting and ranking fried chicken all over the southeast (though she remains steadfast that Seafood and Chicken Box is the best ever), attending Auburn University sporting events, and spending time with her family and friends. 

   

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Elaine Thomaston

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Practice Areas: Divorce and Family Law, Probate, Appellate Brief Writing


Elaine Thomaston joined the firm as an Associate in 2008. She is originally from Alabaster, Alabama and graduated from Auburn University in 2003 where she earned B.A. degrees in Psychology and Criminology. Elaine earned her Juris Doctorate from Faulkner University Jones School of Law in 2006. At Jones, Elaine was elected by her peers to serve as an Honor Court Justice her third year. During her law school tenure, Elaine served as a research assistant for the late Professor Luevonda Ross.  Elaine began her legal career as a law clerk for Hon. Richard Lane, former Lee County Family Court Judge. The experience Elaine gathered during her clerkship is invaluable to her domestic relations practice.


Elaine is admitted to practice in Alabama courts and is a member of the Alabama Bar Association, where she remains an active member of the Family Law Section. 


Elaine is also a member of the Lee County Bar Association. Elaine actively participates as a member of the Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program and volunteers with the Wills for Heroes Program. 


Elaine is available to assist clients in all Alabama counties, but her practice is primarily focused in East Alabama (Lee, Tallapoosa, Macon, and Chambers counties). 

Elaine is actively involved with the American Cancer Society and currently serves as a member of the Planning Committee for the Lee County Relay for Life and was previously the Chairperson for the American Cancer Society’s Junior Executive Board of Lee County. Elaine is a former Auburn Chamber of Commerce Diplomat. 


Elaine lives in Auburn, Alabama. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, cheering on the Auburn Tigers, pop culture, and traveling.