Law Expertise Areas

I specialize in a wide array of law representation for my clients. See my expertise areas below to learn more about how I can help.

Personal Injury

I represent clients in a broad range of personal injury cases.  From a car accident to a dog bite – if you’ve been injured as a result of the intentional or negligent conduct of another, I can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Family/Child Custody

Whether you are a divorced parent, biological parent, grandparent, or other person concerned with the well-being of a child, you want to have the best representation possible should you become involved in a legal proceeding.

Probate and Wills

It isn’t pleasant to think about, but none of us will live forever.  If you die here without a will, the state of Tennessee will decide for you who should inherit from your estate.  If you’d prefer that to not be the case, you need to draft a will.

Civil Defense

It’s no secret that we live in a litigious society.  I sue people all the time.  Because of that, I know what to do when someone sues you.  If you’re been served with a legal demand or summons, you need legal representation immediately. 


Divorce is usually an unpleasant experience – but it doesn’t need to be a nightmare.  I help make divorce as stress free as possible for my clients by beginning with an explanation of what the law says they’re entitled to receive, and then ensuring their interests are protected.

Criminal Defense

Freedom is a fundamental American right and the cornerstone of the United States Constitution.  When you are facing a criminal prosecution, it is imperative that you have counsel at your side.

Civil Plaintiffs

You signed a contract, and the other party has breached.  A contractor didn’t complete renovations on your home in a workmanlike manner.  A competitor defamed your business.  There are infinite reasons why you would need to sue someone – or ‘become a civil plaintiff’.


A trial isn’t always the end of a lawsuit.  If you were unsuccessful at trial, you may wish to appeal your decision to a higher court. Conversely, you may be served with a notice of appeal by your opponent after your trial court victory. 

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