General Practice Law Firm
When clients have a legal issue pending, they want their attorney to be accessible for questions and to contact them with updates about their case. At Evans & Beier, LLP, we go out of our way to return phone calls and keep our clients informed.
C. Dwaine Evans, Douglas R. Beier, and Matthew B. Evans are attorneys who, combined, have practiced law for more than 85 years. We are the veterans of extensive civil and criminal trial work, with a proven record of successful outcomes for our clients in court.
Evans & Beier, LLP is a general practice law firm committed to excellence in the legal counsel we give and the personalized service to our clients in the following areas:
- Divorce and family law
- Personal injury and Workers' Compensation
- Criminal defense
- Business operations and litigation
- Estate administration (probate)
Based in Morristown, Tennessee, we represent individuals, families and businesses in the Lakeway Area of eastern Tennessee, including the communities of Jefferson City, Rutledge, Dandridge, Newport, Rogersville, Sneedville, Greeneville and the seven counties.
Dwaine Evans has practiced law in Tennessee since 1976 and serves clients in civil litigation and business law. He is a member of the Hamblen County and state bar associations, as well as the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Beier has practiced law in Tennessee since 1977 and provides civil litigation and criminal defense representation. He is a member of the county and state bar associations and is a former juvenile court judge.
Matthew Evans began practicing law in 2009, and he engages in a general civil and criminal law practice. He is a member of the county and state bar associations.
All our attorneys are active in the Hamblen County communities they serve, including the Morristown Chamber of Commerce, Girls Incorporated, and Habitat for Humanity.
We aim to serve, and we strive for the best possible outcome for all our clients. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation about your legal issue.