It is with great pleasure that we welcome our new Partner, Mallory A. Willink. Since joining the CTK Family, Mallory has focused on bettering the lives of her clients, and has continued her dedication to the community initiatives she is involved in.
Born and raised in Morgantown, West Virginia, Mallory moved to Charlotte to attend law school, where she became heavily involved with her local community. Her passion for helping people navigate challenging circumstances has been a theme throughout her life as she utilizes her skills in the field of family law as well as serving her local community.
Mallory is an excellent asset to our firm as she practices law in North and South Carolina, giving her the unique opportunity to serve a broader range of families navigating a wide variety of domestic matters.
Our clients love Mallory because of her people-first approach; she prides herself on being a compassionate attorney who listens to her client’s needs and guides them through complex legal processes. She understands that each client has a unique set of circumstances and a variety of emotions that can accompany family issues; she enjoys collaborating with her clients to help them move forward with life in a positive way.
Mallory has shown her heart for the community since she was a law student, where she completed over 140 hours of pro bono services. In addition, she serves as a regular volunteer with the Council for Children’s Rights as a volunteer attorney, as a pro bono attorney with Safe Alliance, and handles court-appointed domestic matters in South Carolina.
Outside of her law practice, Mallory is also actively involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Charlotte Chapter, and has worked tirelessly to raise funds and awareness for this cause, and earned the STANDOUT of the Year award in 2018. In addition, Mallory is a dog lover, with two rescue pups. She loves to travel with her husband and cheer on her favorite sports teams.
We are so proud to have Mallory as part of our team; she brings so much to our firm and community. Congratulations, Mallory; we wish you many years of continued success!