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Hannah Burdine

Hannah Burdine

Burdine Law Firm, PLLC
  • Divorce, Family Law
  • Georgia, Tennessee
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D'Andrea M. February 5, 2022
Poor communicator I hired her in April 2021. I explained to her how my previous attorney wouldn't communicate about my case, wouldn't return my calls or emails, and how she didn’t submit some documentation. She assured me to my face that day before I hired her that she would communicate with me. She even showed me in the contract that it’s her job to communicate with me and my job to communicate with her. From April until August, we didn't talk because I was waiting until I had my baby. I contacted her in August several times, she finally contacted me back a few weeks later close to September. I remember sounding frustrated on the call with her due to her very delayed response time. She told me “You should be nicer to me; I gave you a discount and you are taking away from my other clients!" Wtf! The second time I ever saw her was in December at court. She didn’t know who i was, but I waved at her once she entered the court room. She never came to talk or pull me out to debrief, never discussed what to expect before court. She requested documentation a week before court. I asked if she looked at it, she said no! WTF! So, the next court date was rescheduled. I was never informed! I showed for court and none of the other parties was there, so I texted her telling her I was there. She then informed me that it was rescheduled. I told her I wasn’t informed at all. She didn’t say “I’m sorry or I apologize” or anything. 2 days ago, she texts me “check your email.” I did and there were 2 attachments, no explanation, nothing typed in the email, just the attachments. I texted her asking what the documents were and could she explain. No reply, no explanation, nothing. I was scheduled for court yesterday, it sleeted, and metro schools was closed so I assumed court was closed too so I didn’t go. She called me at 9:50, court started at 10. I told her I thought court was closed. Instead of her having the court date rescheduled, which should have happened anyway, the hearing went on. I told her to withdraw from my case. This attorney wasn’t a good attorney to me. Very uncaring, unprofessional, unempathetic. She did the exact same thing as my 1st attorney! Find a good attorney who will communicate and keep you up to speed about your case because she’s not the one.
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Burdine Law charges one flat fee for your divorce/family law matter, which is advantageous to you for many reasons, including: (1) not drawing your case out to where there is no end, and (2) having financial certainty during this tumultuous time in your life.

The last thing you need to worry about during this time is whether your attorney is effectively representing you while you are constantly getting charged more and more fees.

Ms. Burdine offers free initial telephone and video consultations where you can learn about different strategies that can be taken for your case and all for one flat fee.

Ms. Burdine is diplomatic when appropriate, and she fights unyieldingly for clients when necessary. She devotes the time and attention that is required to garner positive results and to ensure her clients receive the attention they deserve.

Attorney Hannah Burdine has nearly 20 years of experience in the legal industry, with almost 15 years committed exclusively to divorce and family law matters in two states.

Ms. Burdine is also experienced with asset protection through trusts, prenups, and other structures to protect your assets prior to marriage or remarriage.

There are ways to protect yourself financially before and after marriage and Ms. Burdine can help.

Practice Areas
    Collaborative Law, Contested Divorce, Military Divorce, Property Division, Same Sex Divorce, Spousal Support & Alimony, Uncontested Divorce
    Family Law
    Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Paternity, Prenups & Marital Agreements, Restraining Orders, Same Sex Family Law
Video Conferencing
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  • Free Consultation
    Free telephone consultation. Free web conference consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Effective January 2022, all divorce and family law matters are one flat fee. Burdine Law does not charge by the hour. Installment plans available.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Georgia
ID Number: 110814
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Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee
ID Number: 026218
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Burdine Law Firm, PLLC
Hannah C. Pelham, P.C.
Divorce and Family Law Firm in Georgia.
University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
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University of Memphis
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Professional Associations
Tennessee State Bar  # 26218
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Nashville Bar Association
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State Bar of Georgia  # 110814
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Tennessee Bar Association
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10 Questions Answered
Q. Is this contempt of court in an equal custody case?
A: Hi, It depends on what your parenting plan says. There is a section in all parenting plans in Tennessee that provides how medical/educational decisions are made, whether it's a joint decision, or whether one of you has final say. If it's a joint decision, and you two cannot agree,then you will have to attend mediation to try and come to a resolution, and if you cannot agree at mediation, then you can go to the court to modify the parenting plan to remove joint decision making authority for medical/educational decisions for the child.
Q. My ex is asking for transcripts from my cell phone, Facebook, Discord, and others in a divorce. I don't want to comply
A: Hi, these requests do not appear to be seeking information that is likely to lead to the discovery of admissible or relevant evidence and are only being done for the purpose of harassing you, however, there is not enough information in your question on whether you should provide these documents or how to respond. What does your attorney say about it?
Q. Can my husband, see his daughter even if hasn't been able to pay child support??
A: Yes, your husband should be able to see his daughter even though he is not current on child support. If you petition the court to enforce his parenting time with his daughter, however, beware that the mother could retaliate by coming after him for unpaid child support.
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Contact & Map
Burdine Law Firm PLLC
2021 Richard Jones Road
Nashville, TN 37215
Toll-Free: (615) 970-6448
Monday: 8:30 AM - 6 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 6 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 6 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM - 6 PM (Today)
Friday: 8:30 AM - 4 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Notice: In-person meetings are by appointment only.
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