Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C.
Size of Organization: 57
Year Established: 1886Web Site: http://www.chamblisslaw.com
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Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. is a 129-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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The $3 Billion Market for Financial Elder Abuse
Amy Boulware, September 23, 2016
I received a phone call from my college roommate a while back. We talk often. So the call wasn't out of the ordinary. The topic of her call, however, was quite unexpected. Meredith said she needed my professional help, and it was serious. Her parents divorced when we were in college, and shortly...
TN Legislative Update: And, the Deannexation Discussion Continues
Nicole Osborne, September 21, 2016
Just because the Legislature isn’t in session doesn't mean there isn’t work to be done and post-session obligations to keep. You may recall an issue from this year's legislative session that received quite a bit of attention but was not resolved (drum roll, please) - deannexation.
9 Steps to Less Stressful Caregiving
August 25, 2016
Taking care of a loved one with special needs can be exhausting and stressful. Often due to the lack of outside help, a devotion to the person needing care, or the tunnel vision that can accompany exhaustion, caretakers don't take care of themselves.