Duncan, Hatcher, Holland & Fleenor, PC.

Updates From Duncan, Hatcher, Holland & Fleenor, PC.

– Hawkins joins D.C. bar in an unusual ceremony. Read Story

– Phil opened a probate estate and successfully ejected an occupier of the decedent’s home in a companion action to allow the home to be sold and the net proceeds of the sale to be deposited into Court for the benefit of the probate estate.

– Phil and Buck prosecuted an Open Records Act case against a Board of Education in upper Northeast Tennessee for that Board’s failure to comply with an Open Records Request. Not only did the Court Oder production, the Court awarded attorneys fees for the action.

– Phil and Adam Izell obtained a dismissal of charges for a client who had been arrested and charged with Domestic Assault by a family member. The client was pleased and justice was accomplished.

– Adam Holland recently participated in the Dancing With the Chattanooga Stars fund-raising campaign for the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults. In addition to performing with an assigned professional dance partner in the competition, he raised contributions for the charitable event.

– Paul Hatcher was awarded the Attorney for Justice certificate by the Tennessee Supreme Court for the second year in a row. This commendation is given to attorneys who perform an extraordinary level of charitable legal work during the past year.

– Buck Daugherty joined the firm on April 17. He practices in the areas of creditor bankruptcy, commercial banking and commercial litigation, as well as related areas of the law as shown on his bio. His expertise in these areas compliments this firm’s scope of practice, and we are very proud to have him on board.

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