Sam focuses in Family Law. He understands that Family Law cases are highly stressful for clients because these cases involve the Court Orders addressing the most important aspects of his clients’ lives: kids and/or finances. Sam is committed to getting the best outcome for his clients. Sam dedicates his practice to the following areas:
- Asset and Debt Division
- Protecting your Self-Employed Business
- With or Without Minor Children
- Alimony and Spousal Support
- Child Custody
- Establishing Primary Residential Parent
- Maximizing Parenting Time for Alternate Residential Parents
- Modifying Parenting Plans
- Child Support
- Establishing Child Support Orders
- Modifying Child Support
- Paternity and Parentage
- Establish Your Legal Rights
- Protect Your Rights
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Adoptions and Name Changes
- Orders of Protection
- Protecting from Domestic Violence
- Protection from Harassment and Stalking
- Protection from Sexual Abuse
In 2018, Sam was recognized by the American Academy of Attorneys as a “Top 40 Under 40” attorney in the area of Family Law. Sam is also recognized as a Superb Lawyer by Avvo.com, the highest available rating. He was awarded the Client’s Choice Award in 2019 by Avvo.com.
Sam has dedicated his law practice to fighting for his clients to ensure that they are protected when it comes to the three most important things in a divorce: maximizing parenting time; protecting a client’s current financial stability; and protecting a client’s future financial security. Sam works hard to ensure that he and his clients come up with the best legal strategy to get what his clients want and deserve: a great outcome ending a stressful period in their lives.
Other areas of practice for Sam involve general sessions criminal defense, criminal / circuit court criminal defense, juvenile delinquency, and dependent and neglect proceedings in juvenile court.
Sam Holloway is a life-long Tennessean and a member of the Williamson County Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association. He earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence at the University of Memphis School of Law.