Carpenter & Lewis PLLC is a law firm that seeks to serve our clients legal needs best by doing what we do best. We don’t do lawsuits or attempt to handle every area of the law. We focus our efforts on estate and transactional law to help both individuals and businesses.
Asbury College – Bachelor of Arts, 1986
College of William & Mary – Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1989
College of William & Mary – Master of Laws in Taxation, 1990
Knoxville Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, Virginia State Bar; Knoxville Estate Planning Council; Fountain City Business and Professional Association, Inc. (Member, Past President); Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church
PRACTICE AREAS: Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, and Asset Protection Law; Limited Liability Companies, Contracts, and Small Business Law; Taxation Law; Estate and Trust Administration; and Nonprofit Organizations.
University of Tennessee – Bachelor of Science, 1994
University of Tennessee – Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1997
Knoxville Bar Association; Cedar Springs Presbyterian Church
PRACTICE AREAS: Wills and Trusts; Estate and Trust Administration; Limited Liability Companies and Small Business Law
University of Tennessee – Bachelor of Science, 1999
University of Tennessee – Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2003
American Bar Association; Episcopal Church of the Ascension
PRACTICE AREAS: Real Estate and Title Law; Small Business Law; Wills and Trusts; Estate and Trust Administration
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