This blog is a professional and creative endeavor of Todd Moore PLC Attorneys in Franklin, Tennessee. Todd’s law firm is located in the Cool Springs area just south of Nashville. Todd and his associates serve clients throughout Middle Tennessee; the firm’s comprehensive expertise includes family law, divorce, custody agreements, wills and trusts, municipal and state government law, planning and zoning, criminal defense and juvenile law.
Visit the firm’s website for more information about its services. The office is located on Aspen Grove Drive just off Cool Springs Boulevard in Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee. The firm serves clients all across the state.
To contact Todd Moore PLC, please call (615) 290-5354.
Founder and manager of the firm, Todd Moore has been dedicated to the practice of law since 1992 with concentrations in municipal law, including land use, zoning and eminent domain (condemnation), business law, wills, trust and estate planning, and mediation. Todd serves as the attorney for the municipalities of the City of Oak Hill, the Town of Thompson’s Station and the Town of Chapel Hill. Other representative clients include the City of Brentwood, The Pool (formerly the TML Risk Management Pool) and the TMA Group. Todd grew up in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, is a graduate of Rhodes College in Memphis (B.A. History, 1989), and the University of Tennessee College of Law (J.D., 1992). He lives in Brentwood with his wife Christie and their two children, Jim and Mollie.
Matthew Crigger, a native of middle Tennessee, joined the firm as an associate in 2012 after clerking for the circuit judges of the 21st Judicial District, Judge Robbie Beal, Judge Tim Easter, Judge Jim Martin, and Judge Derek Smith. Matthew graduated magna cum laude from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in May 2011, where he served as a Notes Editor on the Law Review Editorial Board and was an award-winning mock trial participant and moot court participant. Matthew worked as an intern with Kim Helper and the 21st Judicial District’s District Attorney’s Office as well as the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility before beginning his clerkship with the 21st District’s judges.