Flexer Law, PLLC

Category: Law firm in Nashville, Tennessee

Address: 1900 Church St #400, Nashville, TN 37203, USA

Phone: +16152552893

Opening hours

Sunday: Closed

Monday: 8:30AM–4:30PM

Tuesday: 8:30AM–4:30PM

Wednesday: 8:30AM–4:30PM

Thursday: 8:30AM–4:30PM

Friday: 8:30AM–12PM

Saturday: Closed


Courtney Harker

Aug 11, 2022

Steve Karr and Cindy Harris have both been extremely helpful and hardworking the entire time I've had to rely on them for my WC case. If it weren't for them, I don't know where I would be right now. Dealing with WC insurance companies is a complete nightmare. They both made the process as easy and seamless as it could be. Thank you so much for all the help, effort and hard work!!

Mary Crabtree

Jul 11, 2022

My husband and I worked with Dan castanga. He is the greatest lawyer we ever had. Immediate response to emails. Great communication and he gets the job done.......

brenda moss

Jul 7, 2022

UPDATED REVIEW: I am updating my review to 5 stars. We recently completed our chapter 13 bankruptcy and it has been a stress free experience thanks to Flexer Law. They went above and beyond and have changed our lives for the better. I can't say enough about them. PREVIOUS REVIEW: We recently filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy case with Flexer Law. So far, our experience has been very good. We arrived late for our initial appointment and our attorney Dan, stayed late to accommodate us, as did the paralegal. Felicia, in the front office was also extremely nice. So far, they have been very helpful, encouraging and have made our experience fairly stress free. I am only giving 4 stars at this time because our case is still in the beginning stages. Once our case is completed and if our experience is still good, I will give a 5 star rating. At this time, I would highly recommend Flexer Law.

Susie Tharpe

Apr 19, 2022

Great customer service, this place is so great!!

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Questions & Answers

Is this a good attorney for someone researching their past intellectual property rights From Mars Hill Rd in the middle of the t4texast4tenneesse

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if filing total bankruptcy can you keep your vehicle and home

patricia haycraft | Sep 14, 2018
Flexer Law, PLLC | Sep 14, 2018

In Chapter 7, when you have a vehicle or a home, if you are current you are normally going to be allowed to keep the collateral and continue your payments. This is called reaffirming a debt. If a home has equity, a calculation would be managed during a free consultation to determine whether your equity would have any concern. Sincerely, Flexer Law

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