You may have come here because you are in desperate need. You may be confused, in pain, or just in need of direction. Our job is to help you. Our law firm focuses on divorce, bankruptcy, criminal law and probate estate administration. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with understanding, and responsive personalized service. We bring to each and every matter we handle confidence of our knowledge of the law, compassion for our clients and integrity in handling your legal matter.
If you and your spouse have reached agreement on all issues, including child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution of property, and debt allocation, we offer an easy low-cost option to a prolonged and expensive adversarial divorce.
I encourage all my clients to exhaust every opportunity to amicably settle their divorce case if possible. An uncontested divorce is generally less expensive and less time-consuming. It is a simpler procedure.
Probate is a legal proceeding necessary to administer certain kinds of property owned by the decedent, to confirm that claims, expenses, and taxes are properly paid, and to ensure that the remaining estate is distributed to those entitled to receive it under the decedent’s will, or Tennessee intestacy law if someone dies without a will.
Whether you have been arrested for a felony or misdemeanor offense, the stakes are high. Your rights, liberty and future are on the line. When facing the criminal justice system, the odds are stacked against the accused. An experienced defense lawyer can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. I work closely with each client to develop a defense strategy tailored to their specific goals and priorities.
The majority of bankruptcy cases are filed under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code. Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides an opportunity for those experiencing serious issues to get a fresh start through the elimination of most if not all, debt. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is best suited for those who are having difficulty paying their credit card bills, or medical bills, or who are dealing with a wage garnishment or lawsuit.