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Nashville Probate & Estate Administration Lawyer
About Mary C. LaGrone
Current Employment Position(s)
- Sole Practitioner
- Probate & Estate Administration 50%
- Family Law 35%
- Business Formation, Contracts & Defense 10%
- Toxic Tort & Personal Injury Defense 5%
- Tennessee, 1998
- Kids on the Block of Mid Tennessee, 2005 - 2006 (Board Member - Secretary)
- Junior League of Nashville, 1993 - Present (Bookkeeper, Finance Council, Fundraiser, Treasurer)
- LAW (Board Member)
- Nashville Bar Association (Member)
- Tennessee Bar Association (Member)
- Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association (Member)
- McGavock Farms Homeowner's Association, Vice President, 2006
- Nashville School of Law - Capital Campaign, 2005 - 2006 (Law Firm Committee)
Pro Bono Activities
- Nashville Bar Association - Probate
- Nashville Bar Association - Dial-a-Lawyer
- Weeks, Anderson, Baker & Russell, Associated Attorney, 1998 - 2001
- Jack Butler & Associates, Associated Attorney, 2001 - 2005
- Nashville School of Law, Nashville, Tennessee, 1998
Honors: Student Representative to Harry Phillips Inn of Court
- Belmont University - Jack Massey School of Business, Nashville, Tennessee, 1993
- Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
Major: Classical Studies
Accepts Credit Cards
234 4th Avenue NorthSuite 300 Nashville, TN 37219
Other Sources of Feedback About Mary C. LaGrone
Included on the 2023 Mid-South list
- Harry Phillips Inn of Court - Associate Member
- Harry Phillips Inn of Court - Student Member, 1997 - 1998
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