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  • David Anthony
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    5.0 stars 2 reviews
    Avvo Rating: 9.8  
    Licensed
    Collections, Creditors Rights, Lien Lawsuits, Foreclosures: I do all that with Bone McAllester Norton, PLLC, in Nashville, Tennessee. In my practice, I primarily represent banks, businesses, and creditors in matters involving creditor bankruptcy, ...
  • Oliver Adams
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    Not yet reviewed
    Avvo Rating: 8.7  
    Licensed
  • Tucker Herndon
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    5.0 stars 4 reviews
    Avvo Rating: 8.3  
    Licensed
     Tucker Herndon concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial lending and creditors' rights, loan documentation, foreclosures, real estate transactions, alcoholic beverage licensing and regulatory compliance, and general business law, inclu...
  • Neil Harkavy
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    5.0 stars 1 review
    Avvo Rating: 7.6  
    Licensed
    My practice primarily involves real estate and mortgage related transactions. My practice includes acquisitions, dispositions, financings, entity formation (joint ventures, limited liability partnerships and limited liability companies), leasing, ...
  • Justin Hayden
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    5.0 stars 1 review
    Avvo Rating: 7.3  
    Licensed
    Review: “Very responsive, knowledgeable, and reasonable.”
  • Lindsey Egan
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    Not yet reviewed
    Licensed
  • John Philip
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    Not yet reviewed
    Avvo Rating: 9.9  
    Licensed
    Personalized, quality estate planning and probate services with compassion. Free Consultation

    Practice area
    10% Foreclosure, 25% Probate, 20% Real estate, and more.

    Cost
    Free Consultation
    Some lawyers offer a free consultation to help determine whether their services are right for your legal needs
    30 minutesContingency A contingency fee is the percent of the final award a lawyer will receive as compensation. For some of these cases, lawyers will only be paid if there is a successful outcome. 25%-33%Retainer Some attorneys require an upfront payment to secure their services before they begin their work Sometimes

    License
    TN, Active since 1974

  • Deborah Griffin
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    Not yet reviewed
    Licensed
  • Larry Weissman
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    4.0 stars 9 reviews
    Avvo Rating: 7.0  
    Licensed
    Review: “I was involved in a lawsuit against me during a real estate transaction. I was ruled to pay over $10000 in a judgment. Larry helped me to dismiss the case. I consulted with several other lawyer before I met Larry and ever...
  • Justin Holcombe
    Tennessee Foreclosure Attorney
    Not yet reviewed
    Avvo Rating: 7.6  
    Licensed
    Admitted: 2005, Georgia, Tennessee, Virgin Islands (inactive) and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; 2007, District of Columbia   Bar Associations: State Bar of Georgia; Tennessee, Virgin Islands and American Bar Associations; The Distri...

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