Weston A. Gantte, Dandridge Attorney: Contact Us: 865-940-1529
In the current economy, many people are facing serious financial burdens for the very first time. If you have found yourself in a frustrating financial position, you deserve the support of a bankruptcy attorney.
As your bankruptcy lawyer, I will guide you through this often confusing process, from your free consultation to debt elimination. I will help you get your life back to normal, free from the threat of foreclosure and lawsuit. If your goal is to attain a fresh start and shed the debt that has been holding you down, then contact us about guiding you through the bankruptcy process.
Our firm will be glad to assist you if you find yourself in a position where you need to plan for the future of your family by creating a will, a trust, or power of attorney. We will also provide assistance in the process of estate administration. As your attorney, I will work diligently to protect the interests of you and your family. Our firm can also assist you with probate litigation, such as will contests and allegations of breaches of fiduciary duties.
Our firm can assist you in all types of domestic relations including divorces, annulments, contested custody matters, child support modifications and enforcement, modifications of parenting plans, and establishing parenting agreements. It is common for clients in these types of situations to be hurting emotionally with the burden of these stressful issues. Our firm places a priority on treating our clients with compassion and respect.
We are committed to providing the reliable legal counsel you will need in matters regarding children in divorce, including child support and child support modification issues.
It is important to remember that simply being accused of a crime does not mean you have to accept the charges as they were read to you. As your criminal defense lawyer, I will diligently represent you and your rights. The burden of proof is on the state. Probable cause must be in place for you to be suspected of a crime. There must be evidence beyond a reasonable doubt for you to be convicted. If you are facing criminal charges and are in need of reliable representation, then contact us about your case.