Cordell And Cordell Hires Litigation Attorney Kellan B. Potts In Its Chattanooga Office

Friday, November 15, 2019

Cordell & Cordell, a domestic litigation firm focusing on representing men in family law cases, has hired litigation attorney Kellan B. Potts in its Chattanooga office. 

Mr. Potts earned his juris doctor from Albany Law School and received his bachelor of arts in English from Binghamton University.

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Mr. Potts practiced family law, matrimonial law, criminal law (state and federal), plaintiff injury work, lead poisoning lawsuits, insurance defense, health care law and health care controversies.

"When faced with divorce, so many guys are unsure where to turn," officials said. "Mr. Potts understands the challenges men and fathers go through during this time and he sees it as his responsibility to be a trusted partner guys can turn to at any point during the divorce process."

“My whole job and all of my education and training is dedicated to getting them the best possible outcome in their case, and I am with them 100 percent of the way,” Mr. Potts said.



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