State Files UPL Suit in Consumer Protection Effort

The state has filed suit against a woman alleged to be engaging in legal services without a license, Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper and Commerce and Insurance Division of Consumer Affairs Director Gary Cordell announced today. Martha Salazar, doing business as Comunidad Hispana on Nolensville Road in Nashville, is named in the lawsuit, alleging she is providing legal services without being licensed as an attorney. The state alleges that she has prepared immigration petitions, custody agreements and contracts and provided other legal services for primarily Spanish-speaking consumers

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