Bankruptcy Attorneys in Franklin, TN

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Charles Cain

Franklin, TN Bankruptcy Attorney with 14 Years Experience

Practicing Since: 2006

Practicing In: Tennessee

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Website: www.cain-law.com

219 3rd Avenue NorthFranklinTN37064

100+ Away

Dale Jr.

Franklin, TN Bankruptcy Attorney with 30 Years Experience

Languages: Spanish

Practicing Since: 1990

Practicing In: Texas

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1714 Townsend BlvdFranklinTN37064

100+ Away

Jonathan Pledger

Franklin, TN Bankruptcy Attorney with 18 Years Experience

Practicing Since: 2002

Practicing In: Georgia

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219 Third Avenue NorthFranklinTN37064

100+ Away

Michael Mason

Franklin, TN Bankruptcy Attorney

Practicing In: Tennessee

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2000 Mallory LnFranklinTN37067

100+ Away

Daniel L

Goodlettsville, TN Bankruptcy Attorney

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725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 600GoodlettsvilleTN37072

100+ Away

Marshall Jackson

Franklin, TN Bankruptcy Attorney

Practicing In: North Carolina

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504 Autumn Springs CtFranklinTN37067

4.6mi Away

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