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About the Law Office of Sharon T. Massey

The Law Office of Sharon T. Massey

The Law Office of Sharon T. Massey has earned a reputation for providing the highest quality legal services in a broad range of substantive areas. Our honesty, determination and dedication to client satisfaction distinguish us from our peers in the legal community in Clarksville and in the surrounding  middle Tennessee area.

We take pride in the partnerships we develop with our clients and will provide legal services designed to meet those special needs, including alternative fee arrangements.

Our firm is dedicated to serving our clients’ needs in a personal one-on-one atmosphere.  We are a ligitation-oriented, full-service law firm located in Clarksville, Montgomery County, Tennessee.  We also serve the surrounding counties of Nashville, including Dickson, Stewart, Humphreys, Houston and Cheatham.

We take an innovative approach to meeting our clients’ needs by developing a working relationship for those special circumstances. This quality is obvious from the first conversation or meeting with Sharon or another member of our staff.


About Sharon T. Massey

Ms. Massey is a highly respected family law and criminal attorney.  She is recognized as one of the most successful attorneys in her field.

After earning her law degree from the Nashville School of Law, Sharon has been practicing law in the state of Tennessee for the past decade and a half, specializing in a variety of areas, including adoption and family law.

Practice Areas

Adoption; Appellate Practice; Civil Litigation; Family Law; Divorce; Custody; Child Support; Visitation Rights; Spousal Support; Domestic Violence; Personal Injury; Criminal; Juvenile Crimes; Driving Under the Influence; Drug Crimes; Probate; Wills; Trusts and Estates; Business Litigation; Business Formation; Contracts; Real Estate; Condemnation


1998, Tennessee

Law School

Nashville School of Law, J.D.


Montgomery County (Member, Board of Directors, 2001-2003; Secretary-Treasurer, 2003-2004), Tennessee and American Bar Associations; Lawyers Association for Women


Past Member in Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth; Member of Tennessee Post-Conviction Defenders’ Commission


Hopkins v. Hopkins, Supreme Court of Tennessee, 152 S.W.3d 47 (Tenn. 2004) at Nashville, May 5, 2003;  Quinn v. Quinn, Court of Appeals of Tennessee, September 17, 2002.