Top Crossville Banking & Finance Lawyers - Tennessee

  • Wimberly Lawson Wright Daves & Jones, PLLC is a full service labor, employment, workers' compensation, immigration, governmental and commercial law firm representing management exclusively. The Firm has offices in Knoxville, Morristown, Cookeville and Nashville, Tennessee­ and maintains its affiliation with the Wimberly Lawson firms in Atlanta, Ga., and Greenville,...

  • From his law office in Winchester, Tennessee, Russell L. Leonard, Attorney at Law, provides the high-quality counsel people can trust for their most important and serious legal challenges. Serving clients throughout Franklin County and the surrounding areas of South Central Tennessee, Mr. Leonard advocates strongly on behalf of those dealing with tough legal issues involving any of the following:...

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    For more than 35 years, Phillips & Ingrum Attorneys at Law has guided individuals and businesses in Gallatin, Nashville, Sumner County and throughout Middle Tennessee through a diverse range of legal issues. No case is too significant or complex for our firm. Our attorneys’ experience includes handling: Will contests and other disputes between heirs, beneficiaries, trustees, and estate...

  • Beginning in the early 1950s, Farris Bobango has built its reputation by consistently delivering outstanding results to our clients. Farris Bobango is the exclusive Memphis member of Meritas, an integrated, non-profit alliance of more than 175 independent commercial law firms, serving 235 markets, with more than 7,000 lawyers within the USA and in more than 60 other countries. From our Memphis and...

  • My firm represents and advises clients in the areas of real estate, personal injury law, workers' compensation, probate, collections, creditor bankruptcy, contracts, wills, and estate planning....

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