Authored by Ken LaMance, LegalMatch Law Library Managing Editor and Attorney at Law
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Founded in the late 1700s, Montgomery County was originally part of North Carolina and was confusingly named Tennessee County. It was later reorganized into the new state of Tennessee and named after John Montgomery, who also founded its county seat, Clarksville.
Montgomery County lawyers can assist you in any legal issue you may be facing, including personal injury, real estate, bankruptcy, criminal defense, and many more.
Controversy has erupted in Montgomery County over the efforts of the local government to condemn and seize property in Clarksville. Local residents ran an ad in the paper decrying the eminent domain action as corrupt, and were promptly sued for defamation. The defendants have asked the court to throw out the lawsuit as frivolous and have publicly questioned the suit's true motives.
Cases such as this generally begin in the Montgomery County Court system. Although all attorneys in Tennessee are qualified to handle cases anywhere in the state, only local Montgomery County lawyers will be familiar with local rules, procedures, and etiquette. Sometimes this local know how can come in handy when trying to efficiently resolve your legal issue.
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