Our Family Law Attorney Profiles
Carly Farrell Boothe
As a born-and-raised Kansan, I am proud to be licensed to practice law in my home state. My law practice focuses primarily in Johnson County.
I am an honors graduate of Louisiana State University, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. My drive and determination come from my years as a competitive swimmer for the LSU Swimming & Diving team. I earned my J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law, where I was the recipient of the Janean Meigs Memorial Award. The award is presented to students who are committed to their communities and service to others.
Upon graduating from law school, I served as a domestic violence prosecutor at the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas. The law firm began in January 2010 and as the Law Office of Carly E. Farrell, LLC in January 2010. The firm’s name changed in Summer 2012 to Boothe Law, LLC and in January 2014 to Boothe Law & Mediation, LLC.
My husband and I reside in Lenexa, Kansas with our two young children who attend Olathe Public Schools.
Elizabeth D. Walsh
I am licensed to practice law in both Kansas and New York. I was born and raised in New York. My family relocated to Leawood, Kansas and we love it here.
I am an honors graduate of the University of Albany, New York. I received my J.D. from New York Law School, where I was a distinguished member of the Moot Court Association.
Upon graduation from law school, I served as an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of New York. I then worked in general litigation for a mid-sized firm in New York City. I believe in alternate dispute resolution and I have mediated civil cases and family law cases for many years. I was a certified mediator in New York and New Jersey, focusing mainly on divorce prior to our relocation.
My husband and I have three school-aged children and a dog. I practice in the following counties: Johnson, Wyandotte, Miami, and Leavenworth.
I am a member of the Johnson County Bar Association, Heartland Mediators Association, and the Association of Women Lawyers.
Catherine Decena Triplett
I am licensed to practice law in both Kansas and Missouri.
I was born and raised in Lansing, Kansas. I earned my undergraduate and Law degrees from the University of Kansas. Upon graduating from law school, I served as a prosecutor in Franklin County, Kansas for approximately three years and Douglas County, Kansas for five years.
I am a member of the Johnson County Bar Association, Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, I am a former member of the Douglas County Bar Association, and former president of the Franklin County Bar Association. I am also a member of the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City.
I am licensed to practice law in Kansas, Missouri, Massachusetts, and the U.S. District Court of Kansas. I practice family law in both Kansas and Missouri but primarily in Johnson County, Kansas where I was raised and live with my husband, son and dog.
I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from the University of Kansas in 2010. While at The University of Kansas, I was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta pre-law fraternity and Sigma Kappa sorority.
I obtained my Juris Doctorate degree with honors from New England Law | Boston in 2013. While in law school I worked for the criminal defense firm Pomerleau Wood LLP and as a student prosecutor in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office.
Before joining Boothe Walsh Law & Mediation I worked as an associate attorney at Manson Karbank McClaflin and previously served as Criminal Judicial Research Attorney for seven Judges in Johnson County District Court.
I am a member of the Kansas Bar Association, Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, Johnson County Bar Association, and the Johnson County Family Law American Inn of Court. I am also a member of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri.
The divorce attorneys at Booth Walsh provide the communities of Johnson County with superior family law services.