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Can you recommend an attorney?
No. In accordance with T.C.A. 16-3-804 (b), no employee of a state court system shall engage, either directly or indirectly, in the practice of law. This includes making legal referrals, performing legal research or giving legal advice.

Chancery Court

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1. Where is Chancery Court Located?
2. Where can I park?
3. What are your hours of operation?
4. Can I file a case without an attorney
5. Can you recommend an attorney?
6. Can I talk to the Judge about my case?
7. Does the Chancery Court Clerk hold Foreclosure Sales?
8. How often is property sold for delinquent taxes?
9. Can I fax pleadings to your office?
10. What number do I call to check on my recent child support payment information?
11. What are the various filing fees?
12. How much are copies?
13. How can I get a marriage annulled?
14. Where do I go to get an Order of Protection?
15. Can I access case information from the internet?
16. How long do I have to wait after I am divorced before I get remarried?
17. Can I view pleadings in my court file?
18. How do I obtain a copy of an old divorce decree?
19. Are Probate cases filed in Chancery Court?
20. Can I make payments online?