About Collins Shipley, LLC
From his office in Greeneville, TN, attorney Curt Collins offers sound and knowledgeable legal assistance to clients throughout the state. We concentrate on a wide range of areas including, state criminal law, federal criminal law, civil law, family law, divorces, custody issues, property management, estate administration, wills, auto accidents, truck accidents, and general legal advice. Please visit our areas of practice page for more information.
At Collins Shipley, PLLC, we understand how important the client-attorney relationship is. Professional relationships depend on true personal investment. In order to fully assist our clients, we take great care in getting to know each client personally. We are committed to taking the time to get to know what the client is concerned about and how exactly we can assist them.
The legal issues facing any two clients may be the same, but no two clients are ever the same. We strive to learn each client’s individual concerns, wishes, values, and goals. Only by knowing a client personally can the legal services provided by the Collins Shipley, PLLC be custom tailored to the specific needs of a client.
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Frequently Asked Questions
I was injured in a car accident. What should I do?
If you have been injured in a car accident, it’s important to take the following steps to protect yourself and your legal rights:
- Seek medical attention: Your health and well-being are the top priority. Seek medical attention immediately for any injuries sustained in the accident, even if they seem minor.
- Contact the police: Call the police to report the accident and have them document the details of the accident.
- Gather information: Obtain the contact and insurance information of the other driver(s) involved in the accident. Take photos of the accident scene, damage to vehicles, and any injuries.
- Contact your insurance company: Report the accident to your insurance company as soon as possible.
- Consult an attorney: If you have been injured in the accident, it’s important to consult an attorney who specializes in personal injury law. They can help you understand your legal rights and options for seeking compensation for your injuries.
- Keep records: Keep a record of all medical treatment, expenses, and any other damages resulting from the accident. This includes keeping track of medical bills, lost wages, and property damage.
It’s important to remember that every accident and injury is unique. Therefore, it’s recommended that you seek legal advice from a qualified attorney who can provide personalized guidance based on the specific circumstances of your case.
I was Charged with a crime, what do I do?
The first thing you should do is stay calm. Being arrested can be a stressful and traumatic experience. Find out where you’re being held and have your family contact a lawyer immediately. It is important to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be eligible for a court-appointed attorney. We’re here to help you during these troubling times, give us a call today.
What is the process of a divorce?
The divorce process can vary depending on the specific circumstances of each case and the laws in the jurisdiction where the divorce is being filed. The process can also vary depending on whether you and your spouse are in agreement, and/or if you have children. The basic process includes filing a petition and responsive pleadings, negotiations, mediation, discovery, and/or court hearings in order to finalize the marital assets, debts, and custody arrangements. It’s important to note that the divorce process can be emotionally and financially challenging for both parties. It’s recommended that you consult with an attorney or a divorce mediator to understand your rights and obligations and to help you navigate the process.
Do I need a Will?
It’s important to note that creating a will is an essential legal process, and it’s important to ensure that it is done correctly and is legally binding. It’s recommended that you consult with an attorney or legal professional to create a will that meets your needs and ensures that your wishes are carried out after your passing. The cost of creating a will can vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the will and whether it involves trusts, business assets, or tax planning. Give us a call to discuss your specific needs, and let us guide you in your estate planning.
Does my family member need a conservatorship?
A conservatorship is a legal process in which a court appoints a responsible person or organization (the “conservator”) to care for another adult who cannot care for themselves or manage their own affairs due to a physical or mental incapacity. A physician affidavit is necessary to verify the proposed conservatee’s mental and physical capacity. It’s important to note that conservatorships are a serious legal matter. It’s recommended that you consult with an attorney who specializes in conservatorships to understand your legal rights and obligations and to help you navigate the process. Give us a call today, we’re here to help.