Chattanooga lawyer Diana Phillips offers legal representation in a variety of civil law areas such as Wills, Trusts, "Living Wills", Power of Attorney and other documents needed for the future. Many people delay preparing these documents, yet it is so important to have them, not just for yourself, but for your family at a time when they are grieving.  Diana Phillips can prepare these documents for you at very reasonable price. 




Attorney Phillips also offers legal representation in child support and child custody.  These are often difficult circumstances and Attorney Phillips works hard for the best possible outcome, while acting as a buffer from many of the stresses encountered. 




If you think you have been wrongfully injured by another, emotionally or physically, you may have a personal injury claim.  Attorney Phillips will discuss the facts of your case to discover if there is the possibility for a successful claim, and will fight to get you the compensation you deserve, which may include lost wages, pain and suffering, and medical bills, to name only a few. 




Civil law covers many areas and these are just a few of the major areas in which Diana Phillips offers representation on your behalf.  If your needs do not fall under one of these areas of civil practice, call for a consultation to see what Attorney Phillips can do for you. 





  • Wills and Living Wills

  • Power of Attorney

  • Child Support/Custody

  • Personal Injury

  • More


Call or email me to arrange a free consultation.  Contact information appears below.


During the free consultation, we will meet to discuss your case. The process will be explained to you in detail and any questions or concerns you have will be listened to and addressed. A fee for representation will be determined during the free consultation.  Once an agreement is reached, I will move forward to represent you vigorously. 



By Appointment

511 Georgia Avenue, 2nd Floor

Chattanooga, TN  37403


Office Phone:   423/756-1237 

Fax:   423/205-2499

DISCLAIMER:  This site and any information contained herein are intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.   Use of this website does not create an attorney/client relationship and therefore no duty of confidentiality arises.

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