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If you Google “most stressful life events,” then you will quickly discover that most searches will mention marriage, divorce, finances, and children. The intersection of these stressful life events often involves family and juvenile law matters.
Comparing your family and juvenile case to another family and juvenile case is like comparing apples to orange. It is important to hire an experienced family and juvenile law attorney that can access your unique needs, advocate for your best interests throughout the civil justice process, and successfully present your case at trial.
John has nearly 20 years of experience in family and juvenile law. Additionally, he has presided as special judge for Wilson County General Sessions and Juvenile Courts as well as presided over the Wilson County Teen Court. To further his expertise as a trial attorney, John attended the American Trial Lawyers Direct Examination College and successfully completed the prestigious two-week intensive jury trial skills program at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy in Colorado.
Contact John Meadows for a confidential consultation.
john meadows, trial lawyer
115 East Main Street, Suite A1, Lebanon, TN 37087
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"A+ Divorce Lawyer. I would highly recommend John Meadows. He was always available and gave me peace of mind thru the process of my sensitive case..."
"I highly recommend using John for your legal matters. He kept me well informed and made sure I understood everything that was going on. He gives homework, which I advise you complete in a timely manner. It definitely played a key role in my case. I have much respect for him and his abilities..."
"Excellent service from start to finish. John represented me in a grandparents rights case and I was very proud of what he did for me and my grandson..."