I handled the bankruptcy portion of the Metropolitan Governor of Nashville and Davidson County. I have chosen to specialize in this area.
I became a solo practitioner in 1980. I initially had my office in Franklin, Tennessee. I moved to Nashville and associated on a space sharing basic with Barrett, Johnson & Pirsley until April, 2004. I have been at my current location since then.
I argued one case before the Tennessee Supreme Court alone, upholding the constitutionally of Article II, Section 28 of the Tennessee Constitution, saving the local government $17 million per year.
222 Second Ave North
Nashville TN 37201
Yes, no limit.
$4,000 plus costs for Chapter 7.
$2,500 plus costs for Chapter 13, which generally pays through payroll deduction.
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
When I was in law school, one of my professors pointed out that the bankruptcy law had been significantly amended. As a result, older lawyers would not have a significant advantage over neophyte lawyers.
I believe the better educated the client, the better outcome of my representation.
I am always willing to review my client's material.
I am willing to advise clients on the law.
I practiced with Harnet and Associates before joining the Legal Department of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson. I worked as an associate at Rothschild & Associates from 1988 until 1990. This firm specialized in bankruptcy.
My special education experience has indoctrinated me to uniqueness of each client and his or her case.
I have a hands-on approach.Personal interests:
I am an assistant scout master for my son's Boy Scout troop. I garden as well.
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