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I am attorney Christine L. Dummer, and from my law office in Knoxville, Tennessee, I strive to deliver the highest level of representation and support possible to those throughout eastern Tennessee who are dealing with complex, emotional legal challenges involving their changing family dynamics. Focusing on all areas of family law, I have more than 20 years of experience representing the rights...
Originally founded in 1952, the law firm of Ogle, Rowell & Penland, in Sevierville, Tennessee, has served the needs of clients throughout Sevier County, Cocke County and beyond for more than 67 years. During that time, we have become the trusted source for quality, personalized representation to individuals and families dealing with highly sensitive, complex legal challenges involving any of...
Custom Legal Solutions To Fit Your Unique Needs At Capps, Cantwell, Capps & Byrd, in Morristown, Tennessee, our attorneys are committed to providing tailored legal solutions to our clients. Established in 1952, our full-service law firm has guided clients through a myriad of legal matters. We focus on finding creative solutions in all types of legal issues, including: Personal injury,...
Vital Law Office & Dispute Resolution Services in Chattanooga, Tennessee, offers exceptional representation to individuals and families dealing with complex, serious legal matters that affect their lives, their livelihood and their future. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout Hamilton County and the surrounding areas, attorney Patricia Best Vital has more than 25 years of legal...
Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the law office of Kenneth R. Lawson provides legal counsel to individuals and families in matters of immigration and bankruptcy law. With offices in Chattanooga, East Ridge, and Dalton, Ken Lawson Law represents immigration clients across the nation and around the world. With more than 25 years of experience, Attorney Lawson is well-equipped to handle a wide...
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