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Mark L. Puryear III, Phillip R. Newman, and Charles E. Morton IV created Puryear, Newman + Morton in 2001 as a full-service law firm dedicated to serving the needs of its clients in a professional, ethical and caring manner.

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Mark Puryear
Mark L. Puryear III
Founding Member

With more than 22 years of experience, Mark Puryear’s practice focuses on defending clients charged with criminal offenses in Williamson and surrounding counties.

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Phillip Newman
Phillip R. Newman
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A civil litigator and Rule 31 mediator, Phil Newman’s practice focuses on family law, personal injury, and mediation. He was raised in Brentwood, TN and is president of the 21st Judicial Drug Court.

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Chas Morton
Charles E. Morton IV
Founding Member

Chas’s practice focuses on real estate, probate, and corporate matters. A native of Franklin, TN, he’s a Rule 31 mediator and an extremely fast swimmer.

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Alisha Warner
Alisha Guertin Warner
Attorney

Alisha practices family law, including divorce and child support proceedings and juvenile court matters. She also represents small businesses in Williamson County in transactional and collection cases.

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Abi
Abigail E. Ruiz
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“I was recommended to Phil Newman of Puryear, Newman + Morton, PLLC through another local attorney in town. We had a unique custody situation and I was unsure on how to best proceed. After my initial meeting with Phil I knew he would be the best attorney to help us obtain the desired outcome that we were looking for. He was very truthful with me and never made any empty promises. Whether I was working with him or Abigail Ruiz I could tell that they truly cared about our case. Phil and Abi both maintained constant professionalism and I would highly recommend them for family law issues. I will definitely be using Puryear, Newman + Morton, PLLC for any of my future legal needs.”

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