Greeneville, TN, Legal Services Available
Cobble Law Firm is a private law practice founded in Greeneville, Tennessee in 1999 and is comprised of lawyer Jeffrey A. Cobble and his support staff.
- Litigation services in County and State Court throughout upper East Tennessee.
- Real estate title services, including titles searches and closings of residential and commercial loans,
- Representation in personal injury cases, auto accidents, slip and fall cases, defective products, and professional malpractice (medical, legal, etc.)
- Business and corporate law transactional services and litigation services
- Collection of judgments and other delinquent accounts,
- Elder law and asset protection,
- Conservatorships and guardianships,
Estate planning, trusts, and probate services.
Our firm provides the legal services and support needed in the adoption of children, including adoption by relatives. We take extra care to respect the rights and interests of all persons affected by the adoption, especially the interests of the adopted child.
Business and Corporate Law
The firm provides expertise in business and corporate law including, but not limited to: creating and organizing businesses and/or corporations; selecting the proper business structure; dissolution of partnerships and/or corporations; drafting of bylaws; business reorganization; and avoidance of debt and liability. We serve business owners of all levels, no matter the size or sophistication.
The firm welcomes small businesses, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. We currently serve as the corporate attorney for several not-for-profit organizations and for-profit organizations in both Tennessee and Pennsylvania. For more information regarding our experience in business law, please see our page entitled "Representative Business Clients".
Cobble Law Firm helps clients get the best possible settlement through professional and aggressive representation of clients who have been injured by products that malfunction or that were defective in their design.
Elder Law & Asset Protection
A large percentage of our practice is dedicated to meeting the needs of the elderly; especially in the areas of estate planning, wills, trusts, living wills and powers of attorney.
When circumstances require it, we can travel to your home, the hospital, or other locations to assist you in matters requiring immediate attention. If you are home-bound or bed-ridden, the firm will make special arrangements to accommodate your specific need. We endeavor to meet client's needs on the client's own terms, and strive to make the elderly comfortable when discussing very personal, often difficult, private matters.
Our firm provides counsel for medical/long-term health care and Social Security problems for the elderly. We also assist families in establishing conservatorships and guardianships. Other practice areas are taxation laws related to the elderly and the discrimination, neglect, and abuse of the elderly.
Estate & Trust Planning
Cobble Law Firm guides clients through the often confusing maze of the estate planning process. We start by listening to client's wishes, and providing answers to their questions and concerns. We also advise them on tax laws that would affect estate distribution. Drafting wills, powers-of-attorney, living wills, and trusts are a regular function of our office. The firm also provides help and guidance through the probate process.
Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person in order to insure that their property is distributed to the right people. Probate usually involves several steps: collecting the decedent’s assets, liquidating debts, paying any taxes that may be due, distributing property to heirs, and otherwise settling up the affairs of the deceased person.
Real Estate Law
Cobble Law Firm represents commercial and residential clients in transactions involving real estate: closings, title examinations, title insurance, sales/lease agreements, document recording, preparation of deeds of trust, promissory notes, amortization schedules and deeds.
Slip & Fall
Medical Malpractice and Legal Malpractice