Top Burlison Collaborative Lawyers - Tennessee

Crislip, Philip & Royal is a general-practice law firm dedicated to providing competent and affordable legal services to its clients in the greater Memphis area and the state of Tennessee. The attorneys of Crislip, Philip & Royal have more than 50 years of combined experience serving the legal needs of individuals and businesses....

Sheree L. Hoffman devotes 70% of her practice to litigation and 30% to mediation....

  • 2820 Summer Oaks Dr. Bartlett TN 38134 35.20257 -89.8428

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  • 275 Jefferson Avenue Memphis TN 38103 35.145443 -90.046364

    The Rice Divorce Team is a practice group within Rice, Amundsen & Caperton, PLLC, a firm which was selected as the Best Law Firm by The Commercial Appeal. The Rice Divorce Team is exclusively committed to family law – from prenuptial agreements to final decrees, from parenting time to property division and everything in-between. The team includes: Larry Rice, Nick Rice, Jennifer Bellott,...

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