TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Aug 4, 2014

Lebanon attorney Adam Wilding Parrish was suspended from the practice of law on July 30 and placed on probation for one year by the Tennessee Supreme Court. The discipline was imposed after the court found that Parrish failed to file the appropriate documents to perfect an appeal and failed to verify an important fact before deciding not to file a divorce action. When the client inquired as to the status of the divorce, Parrish’ s staff led her to believe the suit was proceeding. In mitigation, Parrish obtained a divorce for the client after being informed the parties never reconciled. Download the BPR release.