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Chattanooga, TN Domestic violence lawyers (9 attorneys, 107 reviews)

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  • Best & Brock
    1257 Market St., Chattanooga, TN
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Our office offers a personal touch and a human connection. Other firms keep you at arm's length, but our staff keeps you close and informed. Your lawyer is never more than a phone call away and will always keep in contact with you. The vital infor...
  • Cavett, Abbott & Weiss, PLLC
    801 Broad Street, Suite 428, Chattanooga, TN
    Avvo Rating: 9.2  
    Need experienced attorneys? Call Cavett, Abbott & Weiss. You Can't Afford to Go To Court Without Us
  • 19 Patten Pkwy, Chattanooga, TN
    Avvo Rating: 8.3  
    Mr. Newman has been successful in trials for first degree murder all the way down to simple misdeameanors. His practice handles any criminal charge including traffic issues.   Mr. Newman has been successful in motions to supress various issuses ...
  • Andrew S. Trundle, Attorney at Law, PLLC
    200 W. Martin Luther King Blvd, Ste 1000, Chattanooga, TN
    Avvo Rating: 6.8  
    PROVIDING FAMILY LAW, PERSONAL INJURY, AND CIVIL LITIGATION REPRESENTATION I offer a customizable range of legal services to help you protect your legal rights and interests without destroying your budget.No matter what your legal nee...
  • Law Office of Stephanie Rogers
    1100 Market St. Ste. 700, Chattanooga, TN
    Avvo Rating: 8.3  
    I know how stressful family law cases can be, whether it is a divorce, child custody, or child support case.  I can't take the stress away completely, but I can reduce it by handling your case in a thorough, professional and caring manner.  Leave ...
  • Legal Aid of East Tennessee
    535 Chestnut Street., Suite 360, Chattanooga, TN
    Avvo Rating: 6.1  
    Review: “Mrs. Evatt is trustworthy, detailed, sincere, and driven by integrity. Her care and concern is genuine and apparent. She is honest and hardworking. I could not have asked for better representation.”