Aaron is an experienced Divorce and Family Lawyer. He has been using his law degree to help his friends and neighbors since 2003.
Aaron grew up in Nashville, attending Eakin Elementary (where the smallest Walsh now attends) Caldwell Middle, and Hillsboro High Schools. He has been a stepchild and a stepfather, endured a divorce, and has children of his own. While at Hillsboro he received the Ed Hessey award (ask at your own risk). After spending five great years in college during the Payton Manning years, Aaron graduated from U.T. (Knoxville) in 1997 and went to work in Nashville and Charleston, South Carolina for the trucking division of the world’s largest international shipping and logistics company.
After three years in the real world, Aaron went back to school, and received his law degree in 2003 from the University of South Carolina. While there he clerked for a local law firm founded in 1936 and worked on the student staff of the ABA Real Property, Probate, and Trust Journal. He was on the Dean's List but somehow found time to enjoy USC. After graduation, Aaron worked as an associate attorney for the firm where he clerked, before chasing trial dreams as an Assistant Public Defender.
Aaron settled into his private, solo, practice in 2007. His primary focus is family and domestic law. He is admitted to practice in Tennessee and South Carolina* (inactive).
Christine helps Aaron deliver personalized service to clients at each step of the process, from your first contact with our office.
Christine grew up in South Carolina, and will tell you she is a Charleston girl and a Gamecock fan. Christine has been dragged to family court herself, and she's a strong ally in your corner. She's been married to Aaron almost as long as they've been parenting together.
WalshLaw is made up of regular people, who live, work, play and love within Middle Tennessee. This is our home, and yours, and we give back to the place that supports us. WalshLaw members volunteer at Second Harvest, with Metro Schools, and in a variety of other ways.