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Eric Cromwell

Let me tell you why I practice law for family and business ……

My dedication and commitment to the practice of law came to me honestly, and through a difficult family situation. After my grandmother suffered a massive stroke that left her incapacitated, my Dad worked hard to put her “legal house” in order for her benefit.  My grandmother had a substantial sum of money and assets left to her from my grandfather.  Like many families, my Dad was left to handle this matter; although he had brothers that could have helped. Read More...
 

Monica Quinn

Let me tell you why I practice law for family and business ......

My desire to provide legal counsel and care to individuals and families developed in my family.  Family has always been the center of my life.  I have a very close-knit family with very little conflict.  Growing up, I watched my grandmother constantly worry about what would happen if she needed expensive medical care at some point in her life or what would become of everything when she died. Read More...


 

Kayleigh Smith

Kayleigh contributes to the team as an Office Administrator. She is an accomplished musician in both string and brass instruments.  She earned a spot to march with the prestigious Drum Corps International and was awarded a music scholarship the University of Mobile. However, Kayleigh later discovered her passion was in service to others when she volunteered as a counselor at a summer camp for girls. Read more...


 







 

Alycia Young

As Office Assistant, Alycia fulfills the essential role of director of first impressions.  She grew up in a very close family with five other siblings, four brothers and one sister.  Their father taught them to always support and protect one another.  He encouraged them with a phrase that instilled Alycia’s strong sense of customer service.  “Always leave a place better than the way you found it.”  Alycia came to understand that if someone comes to you hurt and broken, don’t allow them to leave that way. Read more...






 

 


Alan Rawls

Alan supports the team as a Law Clerk, working remotely from Knoxville while he attends law school at the University of Tennessee. Alan wants to become an attorney whose practice is centered on compassion.

Alan's first instinct has always been to do whatever possible to help others in need... Read more..


 





 

 


 

 

 

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