The Fleming Law Firm believes that every client deserves
an attorney devoted to meeting his or her needs.
Contact us today for a free 30-minute consultation!
Springfield Office: (615) 384-7750 | Goodlettsville Office: (615) 859-9111
Established by Charlotte U. Fleming in 1991, The Fleming Law Firm & Mediation Center is an association of attorneys located in historic downtown Springfield and in the Sumner County side of Goodlettsville. Our attorneys are dedicated to providing superior legal services to the citizens of Robertson County and Middle Tennessee. Currently the firm has seven knowledgeable attorneys to assist you with your legal needs: Charlotte U. Fleming, Steven R. Wilmoth, Haley E. Liss, Elizabeth A. Waites, Brandi L. Jones, James W. Cobb, and Emily C. Green.
We understand the legal world is complex and often confusing. Legal representation is a partnership between client and attorney. You have questions. Let us answer them.
Our staff believes every client deserves a competent and attentive attorney. For this reason, every client meets with one of our attorneys, not a paralegal. Our attorneys believe the legal process is a partnership between the client and the firm. We place a special emphasis on customer service and communication. Our attorneys contact their clients on a regular basis and keep them informed during every step of the legal process. You will never have to wonder if your case is being handled properly or what is next in the process.
To best serve your needs and provide a high level of expertise, our knowledgable attorneys specialize in the following practice areas:
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