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Do you need help with a legal problem?
If you need help with your civil legal problem (a problem that does not have to do with a crime) you can find information here.
You can find links to other websites with information that may help you with your questions, lawyers or other agencies in your county that can give you information or help with your case, forms and instruction books that may be helpful for your case, ways you can help yourself with your legal problem, and information about how the legal system and the courts work in Tennessee.
REMEMBER - The information here will not be legal advice like you get from a lawyer. The information you find on this website may not be information that will help you with your case. The Tennessee Supreme Court and the Administrative Office of the Courts cannot promise you that the information you find on this website will be right for your particular legal problem or that information on other websites is correct. The best thing you can do if you have legal questions is to talk with a lawyer.
Important! This website gives you information about the law and resources - not legal advice. Because each case is different, it's best to talk to a lawyer about your problem.