About The Reeves Law Firm

The Reeves Law Firm was founded in 2001 by attorney Jason Reeves. Jason received his legal training from the University of Tennessee College of Law program that consistently ranks as a top law school. Upon graduating in 1999, Jason joined a local law firm in Shelbyville, Tennessee, quickly making partner.

Unsatisfied with his current position and wanting to own his own business, Jason established The Reeves Law Firm in 2001. His goal was to provide residents of middle Tennessee top quality legal representation in the areas of family law (including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, adoption and termination of parenal rights), civil law, criminal law (including DUI, misdemeanor and felony cases), probate/estate law, real estate law, healthcare law and personal injury law.

Jason’s desire was to establish a law firm atmosphere that allowed him to focus on fewer, yet higher qaulity cases, while providing the maximum quality of legal service at reasonable rates.

Jason’s training in the advocacy clinic at UT laid the foundation for his top notch litigation skills and for his ability to organize, prepare and present complex cases for trial. Jason is a husband and father who enjoys any family activity, especially spending time in the back yard teaching his son the game of golf or just throwing ball. When he is not in the office, Jason enjoys golf, basketball, wood working, remodeling, internet design and traveling. As a family man, Jason understands the needs of parents and is well suited to represent parents in divorce and child custody proceedings. The field of adoption law is particularly close to Jason’s heart. In fact, Jason has written a book on adoption law in Tennessee.

Contact Jason today to discuss your legal matter. His website is www.reeveslawcenter.com.

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