A Chattanooga law firm, Horton, Ballard & Pemerton has nearly 100 years of combined experience among its partners. Our firm is comprised of a team with diverse talent. We handle a wide range of practice areas, from family law, divorce, complex areas of business and finance to basic insurance needs.
Our Chattanooga lawyers are experienced in family law, whether you need to file for divorce, set up a marital agreement or work out difficult issues on property division and alimony.
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“I would highly recommend using his law firm. They are very personal and I could contact him at any time and I did.”- Chris S.
“Mr. Pemerton and his staff helped me out tremendously during a very difficult time in my life.”- Erwal D.
“If you are searching for an amazing team or have felt like there is no hope. Bill Pemerton is your guy!”- Janet B.
Our legal team handles insurance disputes. Those disputes can be anything from a fender-bender with your car to property damage; or it might be a professional dispute over E&O and D&O coverage.
In business law, we set up corporations, work with the board of directors and draft contracts. Our attorneys also do work in real estate law and in the construction industry. We provide counsel in the arena of estate planning and ensuring your parting wishes live on.
People looking for an attorney in Bradly County, Marion County and elsewhere can find the reliable guidance they’re looking for at Horton, Ballard & Pemerton.
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