Brandon J. Wooten is an energetic and dedicated young attorney. His goal in establishing Wooten Law is to use the field of law as an avenue to serve his native community of Selma, Alabama as well as clients in surrounding areas. The essence of Wooten Law is that every client deserves an attorney that can give them personal attention and compassionately fight for the justice they deserve. Mr. Wooten has gained exposure to the many aspects of law through his educational and career experiences.
Faith joined Wooten Law in February 2017. Faith is a Registered Mediator in Alabama and was the Alabama State Bar Pro Bono Mediator of the year for 2018. Faith serves as the Director for the Dallas County District Court Mediation Program. Faith is also the Director of ATS which is the parent company of Adolescent Treatment Source and ATS Mediation & Mitigation Group.
Here at the firm, Faith is the Case Manager for all Criminal Cases, Divorce and Child Support Modifications, and Contested Divorces.
Faith graduated from Auburn University with a double major in Political Science and Psychology. She has a Juris Doctorate from Stetson University. Faith grew up in Lee County Alabama but spent most of her adult life in Florida, Virginia, Washington D.C., Illinois and Italy.
Faith has two grown children who are chiropractors and reside in Destin Florida. She and her husband Thomas live in Shelby County Alabama. They run a not-for-profit farm, One Day At A Time, Inc., for abused and neglected animals which includes cats, dogs, horses and a donkey.
Monica N. Solomon joined Wooten Law in September 2019. She is a native of Selma and has worked in the legal field for nearly 12 years. She has one child named Destiny.
Here at the firm, Monica is the Case Manager for all civil cases to include personal injury.
Monica graduated from Concordia College Alabama in 2012 with a Associates of Arts Degree and Concordia University Wisconsin (Cum Laude) in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Justice and Public Policy.
Monica enjoys spending time with her family and friends and giving back to her community.
Michelle joined Wooten Law in October 2022. She is a native of Washington D.C., but spent most of her adult life in Selma and Prattville. She has one child and has worked in the legal field for 15 years.
Here at the firm, Michelle is the Case Manager for Criminal and Family Law Cases.
She is currently certified by the State of Alabama as a Municipal Court Magistrate. She holds a Paralegal Studies Career Diploma, a Criminal Law and Procedure Career Certificate, and is in her senior year of the Criminal Justice Bachelor Degree Program at Faulkner University.