Giles County, Tennessee Lawyers
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John M. Milazo has been practicing primarily in the area of Divorce, Family Law and Criminal Defense since July of 1999. If you are going through a Divorce, Child Custody or Post Divorce modification; or if you have been charged with a crime John Milazo and his staff can help you through the legal process. Both Contested and Uncontested Divorces are handled professionally and with personal care and attention to detail. Aggressive and Passionate legal representation can be expected from this firm.
John P. Cauley is a criminal defense attorney serving Franklin Tennessee and the surrounding areas since 1994. Prior to attending law school Mr. Cauley served in the United States Marine Corps where he earned the rank of Major. Mr. Cauley is also a former Assistant Attorney General where he served in the Criminal Justice Division. He has extensive trial and appellate experience. If you face a criminal charge in the State of Tennessee -- including Federal charges you need someone who enjoys a fight and knows what it takes to win. Each case is handled personally...
Jonathan Turner is a former Virginia prosecutor and an experienced trial, criminal defense, DUI, and family law attorney. He has successfully handled a wide range of cases from DUI, drug offenses, probation violations, serious felonies like murder, kidnapping, aggravated assault, thefts, misdemeanors, child support, child neglect, and child custody cases. As a criminal prosecutor, he tried thousands of criminal cases and was known as an aggressive trial attorney. In Tennessee, he has successfully defended clients from being convicted ranging from serious felonies like especially aggravated kidnapping to drug dealing, to all types of misdemeanors, to...
I have been practicing law for 20+ years, primarily in the area of family law. Nothing is more devastating or emotionally trying than going through a divorce or custody battle. My staff and I are here to answer your questions and help you through the process.
I joined the legal profession in 2009 after a 30 year career in health care administration. Mine is a solo practice that focuses on individual attention for each client. Initial appointments are always free of charge and scheduled so you will not have to wait. Unlike some firms, I will meet with you at your first appointment and continue until your matter is concluded. I hope to have the opportunity to meet with you and either assist your directly or assist you with an appropriate referral.
Julia E. Stovall has been serving Middle Tennessee with high-quality legal services since 1988. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN in 1981. In 1986, she earned her J.D. from Nashville School of Law in Nashville. Ms. Stovall is committed to delivering client-centered counsel. She gets to know each client personally to understand their case and their needs. From criminal defense and personal injury to divorce, Ms. Stovall is equipped to tackle any type of legal matter. Learn what her 25+ years of legal experience can do for you.
Michael Fort provides aggressive and experienced representation in divorce, custody, alimony, criminal and personal injury cases. Prior to becoming an attorney, Michael Fort clerked for the 21st Judicial District's Circuit Court Judges Office. After graduating in the top ten percent of his law school class, Michael was invited to work as an associate attorney at the law firm of Schell, Binkley and Davies. After successfully litigating hundreds of cases, Michael Fort accepted a partnership at Schell and Davies.
I act as outside general counsel for your company; handling business formation and compliance; employment issues; commercial real estate/leasing issues; and certifications (small business; minority; and women-owned). My estate planning and family law practice includes traditional estate planning; funding trusts; estate and trust administration; probate; conservatorships and guardianships. I also represent juveniles in delinquency and truancy cases; parents in dependent/neglect cases; act as guardian ad litem; and represent clients in mental health and other health care issues.
Diane Crosier earned her law degree at the University of Tennessee, College of Law. Shortly after receiving her law license in 1992, Diane worked in the 21st Judicial District Public Defender’s Office as a trial counsel. During this time, she tried countless cases in court and even successfully argued cases before the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals. She developed a unique understanding of the courts and what it takes to be an effective trial lawyer. Diane is also a Rule 31 family mediator, which means she has received extensive training to effectively mediate cases.
After graduating with honors from the University of Mississippi School of Law, Misty D. Parks began her practice primarily in the areas of criminal and domestic law in 2007. She has aggressively and successfully represented clients throughout the Middle Tennessee Area. Misty D. Parks is a solo practitioner which allows her to have more hands on interaction with her clients and to give their matter more individualized attention.
Cathy Grady Conley supervises staff in two offices, Tullahoma and McMinnville, Tennessee. Attorney Cathy Grady Conley has been licensed in Tennessee (license # 004567) since 1976 when she graduated from University of Memphis. Her undergraduate study was at the University of Georgia. She is a native of Chattanooga. She has a general, civil practice focusing on estate, trust, family, and Social Security disabilities and Bankruptcy law. She was formerly the senior citizens’ attorney for a 13-county south central Tennessee area.
The Reeves Law Firm was started in 2001 by attorney Jason Reeves. Mr. Reeves began his practice in 1999 with the law firm then known as Norton & Smith in Shelbyville, Tennessee. After one year of outstanding service to the firm, Mr. Reeves earned the position of managing partner at the firm whose name was changed to Norton & Reeves, P.C. After serving in this capacity for one year, Mr. Reeves fulfilled his career goal of owning his own law firm in 2001. Mr. Reeves has served as senior managing partner since that time. The Reeves Law Firm has had the...