From initial land acquisition, establishment of condominiums or subdivisions, to land disputes, Wise & Reeves guides its clients through a variety of real estate issue. Our attorneys can review a proposed project and help achieve compliance with state and local law through coordination with a variety of agencies. We address each real estate matter with the client's goals in mind, in hopes of a smooth process down the road.
Our attorneys offer expertise in securing our clients' interest, evaluating and pursuing commercial collection litigation, and pursuing commercial debtors. Representing a number of businesses, including financial institutions, our attorneys work closely with our clients to develop a collection strategy to maximize the client's recovery while controlling costs. Understanding and assessing each creditor/debtor relationship is vital. In many cases, Wise & Reeves can protect our clients with consultation at the outset of a creditor/debtor affiliation, through drafting security agreements, reviewing collateral and financial information, and properly documenting transactions.
When a client is in need of commercial collection representation, the Firm works to quickly enforce debt obligations and minimize the financial losses to our clients. In some situations, this may include pursuit of a claim in bankruptcy. Our attorneys are experienced in representing creditors in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.
Wise & Reeve's attorneys have over 30 years' experience representing clients in a variety of business transactions. Whether you are seeking general corporate representation, formation or reorganization of a business entity, business planning matters, shareholder rights issues, or contract drafting and negotiation, Wise & Reeves can guide you or your business through the legal framework of achieving your business goals.
Our Firm represents clients throughout the State of Tennessee in a wide array of civil litigation cases, including breach of contracat, landlord-tenant, construction matters, and torts. Recognizing the stress associated with litigation, the attorneys at Wise & Reeves strive to guide clients through the Court system by keeping them informed on their matters and advising them of the strengths and weaknesses of their position.
Wise & Reeves recognizes that litigation does not end with obtaining a judgement. Post-judgment efforts are necessary to collect on the client's judgment. Utilizing the many post-judgment options, the Firm pursues collections through discovery, bank levies, wage garnishments, and other legal remedies.
Foust v. May (Tenn. 1983)
State v. Gulf American Fire and Cas. Co. (Tenn. 1984)
Brown v. Brown (Tenn. 1993)
Boling v. Tenn. State Bank (Tenn. 1994)
Leon Williams Gen. Contractor v. D. F. Shoffner Mechanical (Tenn. Ct. App. 2001)
Fritts v. And. Co. Election Commission (Tenn. Ct. App. 2003)
Stuart v. And. Co. Election Commission (Tenn. Ct. App. 2009)
Estate of Townson, ex rel. ETHRA v. Estate of East (Tenn. Ct. App. 2009)
Landry v. South Cumberland Amoco (Tenn. Ct. App. 2010)
ETHRA v. Collins, Clough, and U.S. Title of Tennessee, LLC (Tenn. Ct. App. 2011)
The attorneys at Wise & Reeves understand the importance of planning for the future, as well as the difficulty in dealing with a family member of friend's estate. They can assist you in all matters related to probate planning and administration. Additionally, when a loved one may need additional care, Wise & Reeves has done extensive work in the areas of conservatorships, and can help navigate the process for appointing a conservator to address a person's financial and medical needs.