John M. L. Brown, P.C.
A Law Firm Serving Clients In The Greater Nashville Area

About John M. L. Brown, P.C.

Our Nashville, Tennessee, firm was founded by John M. L. Brown, an attorney with 40 years of experience in numerous practice areas, particularly family law mediation, family law litigation and civil rights defense.

Attorney Brown was admitted to practice in Tennessee in 1977 after graduating from Vanderbilt University Law School. Throughout his career, he has earned a reputation as a lawyer who doesn't shy away from difficult or high-profile cases. Attorney Brown is well known for his work defending local police officers in civil lawsuits regarding use of force. Police officer defense cases have honed his skills as a litigator in the courtroom, and they are a complement to his skills as a mediator outside the courtroom.

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Offering Skilled Mediation And Litigation In Family Law

If you are about to go through a divorce or other family law issue, you probably know that litigation can be time-consuming, expensive and stressful. But things don't have to be this way. Mediation is an alternative to litigation that often proves to be much faster, cheaper and less contentious.

John M. L. Brown is Rule 31-certified in Tennessee, and he is ready to assist you in all aspects of family law mediation, including:

  • Divorce
  • Property and debt division
  • Parenting time (formerly child custody and visitation)
  • Child support
  • Spousal support (alimony)

If you have been through mediation with another attorney and now need to litigate your case, we are the firm to call. Attorney Brown's decades of experience in and out of the courtroom make our firm ideally suited to handle nearly any type of family law case.

Contact Us To Learn More

To schedule an appointment with an attorney who really listens, call us in Nashville at 615-823-7457. You can also fill out our online contact form.

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