Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C.

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Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. 

Size of Organization: 59
Year Established: 1886
Web Site: http://www.chamblisslaw.com

Telephone: 423-756-3000
Fax: 423-265-9574



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Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. is a 128-year-old law firm that serves as counsel for local, regional, and national businesses, financial institutions, local governments and nonprofit organizations. The firm's practices include business, litigation, intellectual property, labor and employment, health care, automotive, commercial finance, consumer financial services, construction, real estate, taxation, estate preservation and elder law.



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Cost of Private Nursing Home Room Now Averaging $91,250
May 14, 2015
The median cost of a private nursing home room in the United States has increased 4.2 percent to $91,250 a year, according to the 2015 edition of a Cost of Care survey that the insurer Genworth has conducted for the past 12 years. Genworth reports that the median cost of a semi-private room in a...

Decisions to Make for Your Power of Attorney
May 14, 2015
A power of attorney may seem like a simple document, but there are several important decisions that need to be made when creating one. From whom to appoint to what powers to grant, care and consideration should be put into each choice.

Medicaid's Gift to Children Who Help Parents Postpone Nursing Home Care
May 14, 2015
In most states, transferring your house to your children (or someone else) may lead to a Medicaid penalty period, which would make you ineligible for Medicaid for a period of time. However, there are circumstances in which transferring a house will not result in a penalty period.






 

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