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Top Kingsport Debtor-Creditor Lawyers - Tennessee
Do you need to file for bankruptcy? It is a decision nobody wants to make. Luckily, you do not have to make it alone. There are many options, and many things bankruptcy could potentially do for you. For example, filing could halt foreclosure in some situations. Even with its potential benefits, the system is still complicated. Further, this issue goes far beyond Elizabethton, Tennessee, involving...
The Law Office of Link A. Gibbons in Morristown, Tennessee, handles a wide range of legal issues for individuals and small businesses throughout East Tennessee. Attorney Link A. Gibbons has been practicing law for nearly a decade and is admitted in all state courts in Tennessee, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth (6th)...
For more than 25 years, the Law Office of Scott D. Hall has represented clients in Sevierville, Sevier County and throughout Tennessee in all Civil Law matters, including collections, business, construction and real estate litigation, business organizations, and general dispute resolution. If you won a court judgment, or are owed another type of debt, I can help you to recover it. I have a...
Attorneys Dan Holbrook and Marshall Peterson founded our Knoxville law firm, Holbrook Peterson Smith PLLC, in 1997 in order to provide professional legal services to the residents of Knoxville and the surrounding cities in East Tennessee. In 1998, attorney Ed Smith joined the practice as an associate attorney, and, thanks to his dedication, he became a partner in the law firm in 2001....
At the Forrester Law Office in Clinton, Tennessee, we believe that for every family law problem there exists a best possible outcome. Whether a case involves divorce, a contentious child custody dispute or domestic violence, our attorneys thoroughly review each case, advise clients of our recommended approach and work diligently to help them overcome their unique legal challenges. Ultimately, we...
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