Hannah C. Burdine
Divorce and separation Attorney at Nashville, TN
also known as Hannah Pelham, Burdine Law Firm, PLLC
14 years, 300 cases
14 years, 200 cases
14 years, 100 cases
14 years, 50 cases
You are going through a difficult, confusing time.
You have a lot of questions. Your world has been turned upside down.
What are you going to do with your finances? What is going to happen to your children? Where are you going to live? What are you going to do financially after the divorce?
You need an attorney you can trust will listen to you and understand you.
You need an attorney who has BEEN THERE HERSELF and also has years of experience in family law, who has handled many of these cases and can help you navigate your unique situation.
You don't want to spend thousands of dollars and not see results. You do not want to spend thousands of dollars on an attorney who does more harm than good.
Ms. Burdine offers free telephone consultations to give you the opportunity to kick the tires, to see if she is the right fit for you. It is important to talk to more than one attorney before you decide to hire one, to be sure that your attorney knows what she or he is doing, has your best interests in mind, and to ensure that your children (if applicable) will not be harmed during this process.
Attorney Hannah Burdine has nearly 20 years of experience in the legal industry, with more than ten years committed to divorce litigation including high net worth divorce cases and asset protection.
Not everyone needs a fighter. Ms. Burdine is diplomatic when appropriate, and she fights unyieldingly for clients when necessary. She devotes the time and attention that is required to garner positive results and to ensure her clients receive the attention they deserve during this time of their lives.
She has practiced family law in both the State of Georgia and now the State of Tennessee. She is a native of Memphis, Tennessee where she went to undergraduate school and law school. She was a paralegal in Nashville, Tennessee for a few years after undergraduate school before going to law school.
While going through her own divorce, she worked for a clinical research organization negotiating contracts for clinical drug trials. It was boring, and she missed the courtroom and engaging with and helping clients get through tough times, so after her divorce she got back into the practice of law.
She enjoys playing piano to decompress and listening to live music. She looks forward to helping you.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.