Tennessee Elder Law Lawyers
Crossville, TN Elder Law Attorney with 33 years experience
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Martin works primarily in the areas of: (1) Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Elder Law,...
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For me, it is about more than words on a page or numbers in a ledger. I want to understand what those words mean to you and how they represent your livelihood, values, and priorities. I...
Nashville, TN Elder Law Lawyer
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As a young man, after graduating a year and a half early from high school, Ken chartered his first corporation and began warehousing and distributing steel cable/wire rope supplier to dragline and barge operators throughout the mid-south. After getting a bachelor's degree in chemistry and attending two years of medical school, Ken started his second company, building $250,000 single-family "spec" homes in Nashville, Tennessee.
After serving as not one but two law review editors and earning his JD,...
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