Sarah Reist Digby
Sarah began practicing law at a small Nashville firm where she fell in love with the field of family law. In 2014, she co-founded Reist & Maples, PLC, with a colleague from law school. In 2016, the firm was proud to receive recognition as a “Top Ten Family Law Firm” by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys. After nearly 3 years at Reist & Maples, PLC, Sarah re-named her firm to Digby Family Law, PLC, to reflect her new married name. Sarah has represented clients in a variety of areas including divorce, alimony, child support, child custody, termination of parental rights, dependency and neglect actions, orders of protection, adoption, LBGT family law issues, mediation, paternity fraud, prenuptial agreements, grandparent visitation, guardianships, pet custody agreements, and basic will packages.
Lindsey C Davis
Lindsey attended Louisiana State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication with a concentration in Public Relations, and with dual minors in Business and Psychology. Here, Lindsey was honored by induction to the Golden Key International Honor Society and to Phi Sigma Theta. She was also a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity where she served as the Vice President of Membership.
Originally from Ohio, Jess moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue her interest in the entertainment industry at Belmont University, where she received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration and majored in Music Business. Jess worked hard during her undergraduate years, and was honored with a scholarship grant from the Recording Academy through the Grammy U program. Jess was also an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity where she served on the Service and Philanthropy committee, planning events for organizations such as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and the Ronald McDonald House.
Grace graduated magna cum laude from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and a minor in Business. While at Samford University, Grace was a Presidential Scholar as well as a Howard College of Arts and Sciences Scholar and earned several awards including the Dr. George V. Iron Scholarship, Wheeler and Tower Medals with Honors, and the Mitchel B. Garett Alumni Award for Leadership within the History Department. In addition to her involvement in academics, Grace served as the President of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity as well as an ambassador for Howard College of Arts and Sciences.