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Since 1988, John Miles Attorney at Law has offered dedicated criminal defense to people in the Union City area in Tennessee and throughout Obion County. He recognizes the challenges people may face when dealing with criminal charges and the potential lasting implications of their arrests. Serving as an effective advocate, Mr. Miles' law office strives to help his clients secure the best possible...
Statement of Practice: General Civil and Trial Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Insurance, Real Estate, Corporate, Probate and Bankruptcy Law. Year Established: 1926 Firm Profile: Waldrop & Hall, P.A. was founded in 1926 by Homer H. Waldrop and Roy Hall. The preeminent firm has grown to serve the entire state of Tennessee, offering clients an aggressive trial practice concentrating on...
Spragins, Barnett & Cobb is one of the oldest law firms in Jackson, dedicated to serving our clients so that they can achieve their objectives. The Firm represents many of Jackson's most creative business people and is a dominant force in the region's legal community. The roots of the firm date from 1897, when R. F. Spragins commenced the practice of law in Jackson, Tennessee. After his death...
Butler, Vines and Babb is a Knoxville, Tennessee based law firm that was established in 1973 by attorneys who had already been working together for several years. When first organized, the firm focused on trial work, but diversified over the years to serve the many needs of an expanding client list. Although the firm and the areas of practice have grown, its members remain dedicated to the...
Since 1984, Paul Billings has provided businesses and individuals with high quality, personalized advice and representation. Paul is accessible, attentive, and sincerely desires to help you grow your business or win your lawsuit. A trusted advisor with many long-standing client relationships, Paul has an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell and currently practices in the following areas: Litigation,...
Attorneys at the Clarksville, Tennessee, law firm Cunningham, Mitchell & Rocconi put more than 80 years of collective experience to work for our clients in matters of business law, real estate, estate planning, family law and select other practice areas. We take pride in our law firm's legacy of providing personally attentive, top-quality legal services while upholding the highest ethical...
John Crow is a Clarksville native. He graduated from Clarksville Academy and attended Vanderbilt University where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelors of Arts in 2006. John attended Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and graduated in 2009. He has been practicing law in Clarksville for 10 years and was a partner in a regional law firm before deciding to start...
Located in Nashville, Tennessee, The Law Office of Zachary W. Brown provides exceptional representation and support to a diverse range of clients across the area who have legal needs involving any of the following: Estate planning and administration, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills and probate Government relations involving political campaigns and federal, state and local...
Located in Columbia, Tennessee, and representing clients throughout the state, the Law Offices of Adrian H. Altshuler & Associates has been providing comprehensive legal services to individuals and families in matters of family law, criminal defense, personal injury business law and estate planning since 1991. As a law firm dedicated to providing clients the legal resources and counsel...
Jad Duncan, Attorney at Law, based in Nashville, Tennessee, handles all aspects of estate planning and litigation. Mr. Duncan has spent more than a decade advising clients of his law office on decisions that shape their legacy. He is a firm believer in building relationships with people to understand their concerns and their goals. His one-on-one approach translates into solid strategies for...
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