ABOUT Nathan Slaymaker

Nathan Slaymaker

Nathan Slaymaker is licensed to practice law in the States of Tennessee and Florida, where he has experience handling cases across a wide variety of civil and criminal fields, always prioritizing helping his clients accomplish their goals.

Born and raised in Orlando, FL as a fourth generation Floridian, Attorney Slaymaker is proud to now call Tennessee his home.  He attended college at Southeastern University, where he graduated in 2010 with a Major in Criminal Justice, a Pre-Law Concentration, and a Minor in Theatre.  He then proceeded to Liberty University School of Law, participating in the Federalist Society, Street Law, and LCSO organizations, and graduating in 2014.

After graduation, Attorney Slaymaker returned to Central Florida, was accepted to the Florida Bar, and began his practice by handling rental agreements, real estate transactions, evictions, and other real property matters for a short time, before taking a position working for the Public Defender’s Offices in Lake and Sumter County for three and a half years, where he gained invaluable trial experience. He then transitioned into civil litigation, handling contracts, real property, wills/trusts/estates, and intellectual property law suits, along with occasional transactional work, for another three and a half years while preparing to move to Tennessee. In June of 2022, Nathan was accepted to the Tennessee Bar, and moved to Chattanooga, where he was privileged to join McKoon, Williams, Atchley & Stulce, PLLC and expand on his prior experience.

In his free time, Nathan enjoys participating in activities with his local church, hiking, playing boardgames with friends, and engaging in film and TV discussions and critiques.

Bar Admissions:

  • State of Florida, 2014
  • State of Tennessee, 2022

Professional Affiliations and Memberships:

  • Chattanooga Bar Association
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • Florida Bar Association

Practice Areas:

  • General Civil Litigation
  • Contract Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate
  • Real Estate Law
  • Tort Law
  • Domestic Law
  • Construction Law
  • Criminal Law