Feeling overwhelmed and exasperated, my husband and I sought consultation with Ms. Kimberley Reed-Bracey. From the initial meeting through the final ruling in our case, her dedication to the clients she serves, the judicial system of which she is a part, as well as her commitment to the ethical practice of the law were evident. Ms. Reed-Bracey is most assuredly a litigator who does not hesitate to go above and beyond what is expected when adjudicating a matter, she also brings with her experience, expertise, and passion that is surpassed by any other we had previously consulted or met. Scott & Kareena V.
I have used Freeman & Bracey, PLC once for my initial parenting plan and again recently to revise my parenting plan. On the most recent occasion, I had the pleasure of working with this firm and these people are truly amazing... Shelby G.
My husband and I have been with Freeman & Bracey, PLC for five and a half years. They are not only our attorneys, they treat us as family. On top of being great attorneys, they are amazing, genuine people. Very professional and they work extremely hard for their clients. I would recommend them to anyone! Jeff & Victoria K.
Very friendly, knowledgeable and easy to work with. Great experience, highly recommended! Alan Kepple
We serve clients throughout Middle Tennessee including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Davidson County including Antioch, Goodlettsville, Hermitage, Joelton, Madison, and Nashville; Cheatham County including Ashland City; Robertson County including Springfield; Sumner County including Cottontown, Gallatin, Hendersonville, Portland, Westmoreland, and White House; Williamson County including Brentwood and Franklin; and Wilson County including Lebanon and Mt. Juliet. View More
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