You can travel back in time. What’s a piece of advice you’d tell your younger self?
I would tell my younger self to not be afraid to branch out of your comfort zone.
If you could be or do anything (money restraints aside), what would you be or do?
I would love to be a carpenter. My grandfather did some wood working in his spare time, and I think that sparked my interest in it. I inherited his hand drill and drill press.
What is the best professional advice someone ever gave you and you still live by?
So many of the opportunities that come your way are all about being in the right place at the right time. You need to be prepared, so that you are the right person when those opportunities comes along.
Brittney Neal is a Manager in the Law Firm Services group. She works on matrimonial litigation cases, shareholder disputes, damage and business interruption claims, valuations of closely-held businesses, and forensic investigations. She has worked with clients in a variety of industries, including Real Estate, Restaurants, Professional Services, and Manufacturing and Distributing. Brittney’s goal is to help her clients navigate through the financial aspects of their lawsuits and move on with their lives.
Brittney often speaks at local universities to give career advice and present on various topics related to forensic investigations.
When not in the office, Brittney enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking. During the summer she has been known to visit a food truck festival or two. She always seems to have some sort of “DIY” home improvement project going on.