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Old-fashioned phone calls work too ~ 865-933-8173.
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Feel free to request an appointment or ask a short question. General information about engaging with our office generally and since COVID-19 is here.
If you are an attorney, please see the colleague assistance information and attorney consultation form.
Dawn Coppock, Attorney at Law
P. O. Box 388
Strawberry Plains, TN 37871
9 AM – 5 PM Monday – Friday
Paralegal / Office Manager: Angi Cameron
Legal Assistant / Secretary: Lissa Wood
Important Contact Information
When you call our office
Drop-ins and Hand Deliveries
We are a home-based office so we cannot entertain unscheduled meetings or drop-ins or drop-offs.
For hand deliveries and “drop by and sign” appointments, please call ahead to set up a time.
Contacting us in emergencies
We attend to client case emergencies quickly. If it is after hours, email us all and leave a phone message and call Dawn’s cell, which those anticipating an imminent birth or emergency are given. If you have Dawn’s cell number, please limit its use to emergencies. Messages and texts there don’t get recorded in your electronic file and information can be lost.
It can be difficult to quickly find and hire an attorney with time available to immediately manage a legal emergency. When a prospective client’s case arrives in an emergency status in our office, whether we can take the case depends on the workload in the office at that moment. If we don’t have time to do a good job on your case, without compromising other clients’ cases, we won’t take your case. If you are not already a client and have a serious legal emergency, certainly, call us. We may be able to help. But, also call other attorneys to increase your chances of finding one in time to provide you with meaningful assistance.
No Attorney Client Relationship
Tennessee Law License Disclaimer
Dawn Coppock is licensed to practice law only in the State of Tennessee. She can not give legal advice regarding the laws of any other state nor can she represent anyone before a court outside the State of Tennessee. In cases where more than one state is involved, generally an attorney in each state is required. If you are a prospective adoptive parent and reside outside the State of Tennessee, you should begin by contacting an adoption attorney in your state for assistance. A list of attorneys who are members of the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys can be found at www.adoptionattorneys.org.
Angi Cameron is a paralegal, NOT an attorney. Do not look to Ms. Cameron or any other staff member for legal advice. Only an attorney can provide legal advice to you.