Chattanooga Civil Litigation Lawyer
Skilled general civil litigation and dispute resolution attorneys serving the Tri state area
The attorneys of McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stanley, PLLC use a client-centric approach to help clients resolve their disputes as smoothly and as quickly as possible, but also in a way that is unique to each client's issue and needs. The firm's experienced civil litigation attorneys handle all forms of general civil litigations with emphasis on—
Real estate disputes
Landlord tenant law
Contested estate litigation
Contested probate administration
In contested estate litigation, civil litigation attorneys at MWA Law Offices assist elders and their families in seeing that wealth remains under the control or direction of those who accumulated the wealth.
A civil litigation lawsuit benefits from experienced civil litigation lawyers
The MWAS Law Firm attorneys attempt to settle disputes at the earliest occasion where the client's goals can be achieved. The lawsuit process begins when your civil litigation lawyer files your complaint with the appropriate court and the party you file the claim against receives notification of the complaint. Your opposition has a specific period to answer.
Once filed, your civil litigation attorney begins the discovery process, the stage during which both parties have the opportunity to gather and assess evidence.
At McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stanley, PLLC, your attorney can recommend the best course of action for your civil litigation lawsuit and, based on experience, give you an honest assessment of your case. If a settlement is not possible, your civil litigation lawyer is fully prepared to take your case to court. Your goals, as a client, will always have first priority.
Contact MWAS Law Offices to speak with an experienced and practical civil litigation attorney who will take the time to find the best approach for your dispute.
Mr. McKoon is a seasoned litigator having represented clients at both the state and federal level in disputes such as unfair competition, raiding claims, gender, race and national origin harassment and discrimination claims, suits to enforce non-competition, non-solicitation, and "shop rights" provisions, protection of trade secrets, breaches of contract, audit malpractice, conversion, probate and estate disputes, and various torts including catastrophic injury claims.
Fielding H. Atchley, Jr. has been engaged in the general practice of law in the greater Chattanooga area for over 40 years. He is a third generation lawyer, following both his father, Fielding Atchley, and his grandfather, J.F. Atchley, in the general practice in Chattanooga. He has been practicing with his son, Trevor F. Atchley, since 2008 and had the privilege of practicing with J.W. (Bill) Dietzen and his brother Richard for 31 years.
Trevor is a fourth generation lawyer. He began practicing law in 2008, when he joined his father and Bill Dietzen, his father’s long time law partner, at the firm Dietzen & Atchley, where he spent his formative years as a young attorney and benefitted greatly from the mentorship his father and Mr. Dietzen provided. Unfortunately, Mr. Dietzen passed away in March 2015. Trevor joined McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stanley, PLLC, in December 2015.
A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Erika attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she received a B.S. in 2012, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where she received a J.D. in 2016. Erika joined McKoon, Williams, Atchley, & Stulce in July 2018.
Neel attended the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia where he earned a B.B.A. in Risk Management and Insurance. Upon graduating, Neel moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, where he earned a J.D. from the Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.