Carrie Nowatney


Carrie Nowatney joined Butler, Giraudo & Meister, P.C. in February 2021, where she works as a paralegal to Attorney Kelly R. Giraudo. Carrie has almost a decade of experience in the legal field in the areas of family and divorce law, municipal law, corporate law, wills and estate planning, and probate.. She has concentrated family law expertise in child support and maintenance-related issues and with relocation cases. Carrie is a native of Logan County, where she served as an election judge for six years. She served four years in the United States Army as a Psychological Operations Specialist and Turkish Linguist and is a veteran of the Gulf War, serving in Turkey. She enjoys swimming, camping, hiking, kayaking, and generally being outside as much as possible. She is a divorced mother of three grown children, and she uses her own personal experiences to relate to her clients.”

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