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Whether you are going through a divorce, fighting for your children, or overcoming a criminal matter, Attorneys Clark Palombo and Catherine Mekis are dedicated to ensuring that you are represented in a thorough, efficient, and honorable manner.
Mr. Palombo and Mrs. Mekis are happy to assist you in Rutherford, Coffee, Cannon, and Bedford County.
Clark Palombo and Catherine Mekis specialize in a variety of legal issues including divorce, child custody, parenting plan modifications, adoptions, child support, and all criminal matters – from misdemeanor charges to felony charges.
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Murfreesboro Lawyer Catherine Mekis is an incredibly knowledgeable and seasoned attorney focusing primarily on divorce, child custody, adoptions, and any other family law issue. Catherine Mekis founded Mekis & Palombo and is dedicated to providing the highest level of care and attention to her clients.
Catherine is a graduate of Nashville School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate, and the University of Central Oklahoma where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Arts graduating summa cum laude.
Prior to receiving her law license, Catherine worked for a prominent local law firm as a legal assistant, where she gained unique insight into the handling of family law cases from every aspect – not just as an attorney. As a result of her experience, Catherine understands the complexities of family law cases and is ready to help you.
Catherine is always available to answer questions or help those seeking assistance. You can contact Catherine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attorney Clark Palombo handles all cases in criminal law and family law. Clark joined Mekis & Palombo as an attorney in October of 2018. Prior to joining Mekis & Palombo, Clark interned at several Nashville based law firms as well as the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services, where he focused on providing legal resources for individuals and families unable to hire attorneys. Clark is dedicated to providing the highest level of care and attention to each of his clients.
Clark is a graduate of Belmont University College of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctorate, and Middle Tennessee State University where he obtained his Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science and Art History.
Prior to receiving his law license, Clark served as a petty officer in the United States Navy, and interned for various local law firms, including the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services and The Law Office of Catherine T. Mekis, PLLC.
Clark was raised in Middle Tennessee but left after graduating from Franklin Road Academy in Nashville to attend the University of Pittsburgh. Clark ultimately returned to Murfreesboro to complete his undergraduate degree at Middle Tennessee State University, and thereafter attended Belmont University College of Law. After obtaining his Juris Doctorate, Clark immediately started working at Mekis & Palombo, PLLC, where he remains today.
Clark is always available to answer questions you may have or help anyone seeking assistance. You can contact Clark at email@example.com.
Freya Cartwright is a family law attorney licensed in Tennessee and Kentucky. Freya handles all types of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, paternity, and dependency and neglect cases. Freya joined Mekis & Palombo in 2022. Prior to joining Mekis & Palombo, Freya worked as an associate at Thomas, Arvin & Adams.
Freya obtained her Juris Doctor from Belmont University College of Law and her Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science and Pre-Law Studies from Middle Tennessee State University, where she graduated summa cum laude. While in law school, she worked with victims of domestic violence while interning with the Davidson County District Attorney’s Office, where she learned the complex effects of domestic violence on the family structure. She published a written piece on the experience in the Tennessee Bar Journal. During law school, she also interned with the Nashville Arts and Business Council and David Randolph Smith & Associates.
Freya is always available to answer questions or help those seeking assistance. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 200-8101.