Top Elizabethton Child Support Lawyers - Tennessee

  • 112 Glenleigh Court,Suite 1 Knoxville TN 37934 35.891644 -84.143166

    The Family Law Practice of David A. Montgomery: A Knoxville Lawyer Dedicated to Protecting and Preserving Families The Family Law Practice of David A. Montgomery is a Knoxville law office that provides a broad range of legal services to families and individuals in Knox, Loudon, Anderson, Sevier, Jefferson, Blount and Campbell counties and surrounding communities in East Tennessee, including:...

  • 1204 S. Kentucky St.,STE B Kingston TN 37763 35.858845 -84.52618

    The highest level of customer satisfaction is what we at the Law Office of J. Patrick Henry strive for on a daily basis. We also provide rigorous and affordable criminal defense and other legal services from our Kingston, Tennessee, office. Law enforcement and criminal defense experience, united Our own J. Patrick Henry is a former law enforcement officer. As such, Mr. Henry has skills not...

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