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Connie ReguliConnie Reguli, Family Law Attorney
Attorney at Law

As a family lawyer serving Middle Tennessee, Connie Reguli focuses her practice on legal services that are needed for the family. With a background in criminal law, family business, and adoption as well as divorce litigation, Connie is able to assist through various family needs.

In developing her practice, she has worked to develop a TEAM to handle your legal needs. Connie works closely with her associate attorneys to keep the entire firm’s mission consistent with her goal to provide competent, detailed, and compassionate legal services. In selecting associates, she looks for those who have achieved academically, and have the temperament to handle tough legal issues.

It is always better to consider legal contingencies before they occur, but often we do not. If your family has a relationship with an attorney that they can trust, planning ahead will come natural, much like asking your family doctor to do an occasional check-up. Medicine has long learned the value of preventative care; you can do the same for your legal life.

Connie’s background includes prosecuting criminal offenses for the State of Tennessee, assisting her family in the development of their long-standing business and being the single adoptive parent of three beautiful children. Prior to attending law school she completed her course work in a master’s psychology program which makes her aware and sensitive to the mental health process of any dispute.

Our goal is not to sell you a divorce or a will, but to give you the peace of mind that you have acted in a legal, prudent manner. We feel that it is important to respect a client’s life experiences but develop a plan for your legal crises that focuses on a resolution.

Connie works not only at the trial level, but also at the appellate court level. If your ruling needs to be appealed, she can stay with you through the appellate process.

Connie has also been very active in the educating the Tennessee Legislature on their role in securing a judiciary that is fair, impartial, and accountable. After reviewing years of reports from the "Court of the Judiciary" and summarizing that information for the legislators, it became clear that this legal body does not fulfill its responsibilities in providing oversight for the state court judges. Connie has spoken in several legislative hearings about the duty of the legislature laid out in the Tennessee Constitution to impeach and remove judges that abuse their power. Connie has also posted several new stories and hearings on YouTube under "JudicialReformNow". Watch Connie Reguli speaking before the Tennessee Senate – April 2010.

Connie graduated cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University and went on to attend law school after working in her family business for several years. She graduated from Nashville School of Law in 1994 and served as the student representative in law school. During law school, Connie served as a law clerk for Judge Hamilton Gayden. After law school, she immediately went to work at the Davidson County District Attorney’s office prosecuting domestic violence and other violent crimes. In 1997, she went into private practice and has built that practice that now includes a team that works together to serve your needs. Connie has had several successes for clients, but is most proud of the fact that she was the first attorney in Tennessee to secure a money judgment for damages in a child abuse case. The jury awarded 2.8 million dollars to four children against their abusive parents in 2010.

Connie is also admitted into Federal practice in Tennessee and the Sixth Circuit Court in Cincinnati. Currently she only practices in Tennessee, but has also received pro hac vice admissions in Kentucky, Maryland, and South Carolina.

Megan Woodson Miller, Family Law Attorney
Megan Woodson Miller
Attorney at Law

Connie selected Megan when she saw her eagerness to "hit the pavement" right out of law school. Maybe it is Megan’s family history of having a father as an attorney in private practice, a little bit of northern tenacity, or the fact that she had excelled academically, but she was an immediate fit.

Megan Woodson Miller was born and raised in Evansville, Indiana. In May of 2004, Megan received a B.A. in Political Science and Sociology with a minor in Business from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Shortly after receiving her undergraduate degree, Megan attended law school in Dayton, Ohio. In May of 2007, Megan earned her J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law. Megan graduated Magna Cum Laude and was ranked in the top 5% of her class.

While at the University of Dayton, Megan met her husband, Michael. The couple decided to move to Nashville after graduation and pursue a Tennessee law license. Megan passed the Tennessee Bar Examination in 2007.

Megan joined LawCare-Family Law Center in September of 2007. Megan’s practice focuses on the handling of Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Adoption, Juvenile, and Other Family Law Related Cases from start to finish. Megan is a member of the Williamson County Bar Association. Megan prides herself on a strong work ethic and providing reliable representation to each and every one of her clients.

Megan and her husband Michael were married in downtown Nashville in July 2010. Outside the office, Megan enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog Juice. Megan loves to participate in coed soccer with her husband. She enjoys shopping, going out to eat and spending time with friends and family. The couple added a daughter to their family in January 2012.

Candice Minton Evans, Administrative
Candice Minton Evans

Since 2000, Candice has been Connie’s "right-hand woman", especially in the financial area of the practice. Candice, born-and-raised in Nashville, came to Connie’s office when she was a mere 18 years old and has learned the hard knocks of managing a law practice. For over ten years, she has managed the day-to-day finances, making sure the invoices go out every month, the court reporters and process servers get paid, and that we keep all the escrow accounts in order.

Candice is also experienced in assisting in the discovery process, soliciting records through subpoenas, collections, scheduling, drafting motions, and managing the electronic needs of the office. She is the one to call to pay your bills, get a copy of your invoice, or ask a question about a previous payment. While Candice takes care of the financial aspects of the law practice, the attorneys can focus on your legal needs.

Kathryn Wright, Support
Kathryn Wright

Kathryn is our office’s "meet and greet" face that you see when you walk in the door. She keeps the daily mail and faxes properly circulated, copies all documents to clients, keeps the supplies stocked, and keeps our equipment in shape. This is an essential factor in keeping this law practice efficient and practical.

She will schedule your appointments, email you copies of documents, take your payment, and even make you a cup of tea. While Kathryn keeps all the "moving parts" in place in the office, the attorneys have more time to take care of legal issues.

LawCare - Family Law Center represents clients throughout Middle Tennessee including Williamson County, Maury County, Davison County, Sumner County, Robertson County, Rutherford County, and the cities of Brentwood, Nashville, Franklin, Spring Hill, Thompson Station, Columbia, Madison, Bellevue, Hendersonville, Gallatin, and La Verne.

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