Family Law in Middle Tennessee







Comprehensive Representation From a Knowledgeable Attorney


Whether your legal issue involves divorce, property division, alimony, child support, parenting time schedules or another family law matter, the attorney you choose can be vital to the outcome of your case.


Family law is complex and every case is different. We will meet one-on-one with you to discover your unique situation to find solutions that will be most suited to your needs. We also have a firm understanding of the basic questions and concerns people have related to family law issues and will fully explain the legal processes that pertain to your case.

As an experienced Nashville family law attorney, I am fully prepared to assist with a wide range of legal issues, including:


What Will I Expect Of You To Help The Case Move Along Efficiently?


Here are some simple things you can do to help your family law matter move through the legal process efficiently and as cost-effectively as possible:

  • Call or email my office with changes in your address, phone number or other relevant personal information. Return phone calls or emails as quickly as your schedule allows. Establishing a good line of communication is typically the single most important factor in getting through the divorce efficiently.

  • Fill out all forms and return required financial reports and other documents in a timely manner. Many records and reports are required prior to court hearings. Not having them in place before a hearing can result in serious delay.

  • Be on time for required hearings and court appearances.

  • Do not hesitate to ask questions about your case and demand a clear explanation if you do not understand a legal concept. 

  • When presented with a legal option, be completely honest and clear about your thoughts and expectations. 

  • Never forget that family law matters involve the courts. All parties get equal access under the law. Be respectful of the courts, the process and the other party. 

  • Do not use your child or children as a bargaining chip. I won't allow it and judges won't accept it.

  • Do not disobey any temporary court orders that may be in place against your. 

  • Keep my office fully aware of any developments that occur regarding your case.

Contact Me for a Free Initial Consultation

Call my office today at 615-256-2602 to schedule an initial consultation. Or to send an e-mail, please complete and submit the online form on this website. From my location in Nashville, I represent clients throughout middle Tennessee. Credit card payments are accepted


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