The focus of our practice is divorce and family law, so we are experts in it. We’ve worked through almost every issue, problem and obstacle that can come up in divorce and family law cases.
At Ken Phillips Family Law, we believe preserving the family for the future is important. If there are children, remember that they are the connection between you and your partner for life. And there will be times (graduations, births, holidays, etc.) when you must still function as a family. This is even more sensitive if new spouses or significant others are in the picture.
In our practice, Ken Phillips is your lead attorney. He personally works on your case. Yes, his staff does assist him, but that’s “assist.” Ken does the casework.
In addition to Ken, every person in the firm will get to know you. In the rare instance that Ken is not available, you will likely talk with Ken’s assistant, Candice, or Ken’s paralegal, Angela. Everyone at Ken Phillips Family Law is dedicated to helping you.
Ken Phillips Family Law handles cases in Sumner County Family Court. The firm works in any Middle Tennessee jurisdiction for collaborative divorce.
Ken Phillips has a love for helping people. You see that immediately when you meet him.
He wants to hear more than your case. He wants to hear your story. He’s compassionate to your issues and wants to help you solve them. He’s going to tell you the realities of your situation. While he isn’t combative, he will defend you vigorously against opposing counsel.
Ken’s philosophy of divorce has been shaped through life lessons outside of the law, in addition to his legal experience. Ken believes the best divorce is one settled out of court between the two parties and two attorneys. This can be done through a collaborative divorce or mediated divorce.
Working with divorcing couples who want to start anew brings other family issues forward. Because of this, he works with many issues to help preserve a sense of family for everyone involved. His areas of practice are listed here.
A broad network of trusted colleagues and friends both inside and outside the legal system provides Ken access to people and processes that other attorneys don’t have. This is can help get things done for your case in numerous ways.
Finally, Ken has something that many attorneys today have forgotten in the atmosphere of fighting for clients—being nice. He genuinely cares about you, your family and your situation. He wants to help.