Lori R. Holyfield Attorney at Law

An Advocate Through Life's Transitions


Ms. Holyfield successfully represented the appellant in Karen Abrams Malkin v. Reed Lynn Malkin, 475 S.W.3d 252 (Tenn. Ct. App. March 26, 2015), perm. app. denied (Tenn. July 21, 2015).

Representation on Appeal

Ms. Holyfield represents parties in family law appeals (divorces, child custody cases, post-divorce child support and alimony modifications, etc.).  If you are a party in a case and you are considering filing an appeal, Ms. Holyfield recommends that you contact an attorney as soon as possible to help you decide what to do.  You are invited to make an appointment to discuss the specifics of your case with Ms. Holyfield.

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Appellate Litigation Support for Other Attorneys

Ms. Holyfield also provides litigation support (briefing, research, editing, etc.) to other Tennessee attorneys participating in appeals, both in the Memphis area and statewide.  If you are an attorney in need of litigation support, please call Ms. Holyfield directly or email your proposal to Lori@LoriHolyfield.com .

Lori R. Holyfield focuses her practice in divorce and family law and serves Shelby, Tipton, and Fayette Counties in southwest Tennessee.

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