Going through a divorce can be one of the most challenging things one can do.  At Parker & Pugh, we understand the emotional roller coaster that a divorce can bring.  From the parenting plan to the division of property, we strive to fight for you to ensure that your future is protected.

There are two types of divorces in Tennessee, uncontested and contested.  In an uncontested divorce, both parties are in agreement in all aspects of the divorce.  Not only can an uncontested divorce save you time and money, it can also save you the burden of going to court.  With a contested divorce, the parties are not in agreement as to at least one issue.  A lot of times, this issue is children.  We understand that there is nothing more important to you than your children.  When you hire an attorney with Parker & Pugh, we will sit down with you one-on-one and discuss your options and the possibility of a fair settlement.  Although we like to reach settlements where everyone is happy, we understand that not every case can be settled out of court.  It’s important to know what you should settle for and what you should fight for.  As experienced trial lawyers, we will be glad to take your case to court if that’s what it takes.

If you are thinking about filing for divorce, if you have been served with a divorce or if you just do not know how to move forward, contact Parker & Pugh for your free consultation.  We have handled thousands of divorces over the years and look forward to helping you.  We are open five days a week and can even accommodate weekend and afterhours appointments if necessary.  Payment plans are available and we accept credit cards for your convenience.

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Parker & Pugh, PLLC
118 Franklin St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
Office – (931) 551-4403



Office Hours:

Mon – Fri: 8:00a – 5:00p
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Parker & Pugh, PLLC

Parker & Pugh, PLLC

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