Offering Practical Solutions With A Faith-Based Approach

Reach out to an experienced family law attorney based in Murfreesboro, TN and serving clients in Rutherford County, Tennessee and the surrounding counties.

Attorney Mary E. Henderson has helped countless families navigate through their individual situation. Dealing with family legal issues can be challenging and you need a dependable family law attorney by your side. To help your family navigate these matters, The Law Offices of Mary E. Henderson takes a faith-based approach when assisting you and provides faith-based mediation services. By working with Attorney Mary E. Henderson, you are able to be informed about all of your avaliable options. Although she can mediate when possible, she can also litigate if necessary in your case.

To learn more about the Law Offices of Mary E. Henderson, call 615-867-9655 today. Schedule a consultation with a family law and divorce attorney based in Murfreesboro, TN and serving clients in Rutherford County, Tennessee and the surrounding counties.

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Divorce Law


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What can the Law Offices of Mary E. Henderson do for you?

What can the Law Offices of Mary E. Henderson do for you?

The Law Offices of Mary E. Henderson is dedicated to providing exceptional legal services to clients in Murfreesboro, TN and throughout Tennessee. Attorney Mary E. Henderson can help you with your:

  • Divorce, including cases involving military families
  • Child custody and support, including post-divorce disputes
  • Paternity issues, including testing and parental rights
  • Grandparent visitation rights, including cases involving separation issues

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