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Located in the beautiful Appalachian Highlands region of Northeast Tennessee, Summit Legal Solutions blends modern law infrastructure, technology, and process with classical values and personal attention. Don Scott Herron ("Scott" preferred), founder and attorney behind Summit Legal Solutions, hopes that all who reach out for help find themselves better off after than before--from direct help, referal to other professionals, or pointers to helpful resources and pertinent information. Scroll down to learn more about Summit Legal Solutions.
The core values embraced by Summit Legal Solutions and Scott Herron Speak and act with integrity Keep the focus on you Treat everyone with respect (even in disagreement) Communicate well Leverage state of the art legal technology Advocate for you with versatility Listen more, speak less Engage with empathy Improve continuously to serve you better
Summit Legal Solutions LLC strives to develop and deliver creative solutions that transcend zealous advocacy, contribute to the advancement of the legal profession through active engagement, and serve the regional community. Scott Herron seeks to serve you by: (1) artfully and thoughtfully resolving conflict while minimizing your grief and expense; (2) identifying and removing obstacles to your happiness and success; and (3) empowering you to move in positive directions with your life, family, business, law firm, and legacy.
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