Hey there, I’m Candice, and I’m on a mission to help you! As a lawyer serving all of central Kentucky, with my main practice located in Scott County, I am passionate about providing compassionate legal advice that puts your needs first.

I am a certified mediator and current associate attorney at Carolina Legal Associates. I have previous experience as a  document review and assistant counsel to the commonwealth attorney, as well as a member of the Prosecutor’s Advisory Counsel in the 14th Judicial Circuit of Scott, Woodford, and Bourbon County.

I received my J.D. from Liberty University School of Law in 2015 and my B.A. in Communications from the University of Kentucky in 1981. During my time at the University of Kentucky and Liberty University of Law, I was involved in the Delta Gamma Christian Student Fellowship and the Public Relations and Entertainment Law Society.

Having traveled throughout the world raising a Navy family of five, I have seen the good, the bad, and the extremely impoverished. My heart has always been to provide the highest level of empathy while evaluating the best outcome for any situation. I understand that legal matters can be overwhelming and stressful, but I’m here to help you navigate through them with ease. My goal is to turn clients into partners, working together to achieve the best possible outcome for your situation.

I know that no one wants to be in a courtroom, but everyone wants to know they have a voice. That’s why I am dedicated to ensuring that my clients have a voice and are heard. So, if you’re looking for a lawyer who truly cares about your needs and wants to help you achieve the best possible outcome, look no further. I am available to my clients at any time, and office hours are not a constraint!


  • Liberty University School of Law - J.D. - 2015
  • University of Kentucky - B.A. - 1981

Client Reviews

She is prompt and dedicated to her clients. She is an angel. She saved me in court. She got us a house. Was professional. She cares about her clients.

Shellie Norris