Power of Attorney

If you have given your spouse power of attorney (the legal authority to act for you) get it back and cancel it. We can draft a cancellation if necessary but it is very useful for us to have the original document.

Reviews from People Who Have Been There

  • Mr. Rice is my David to the Goliath of our divorce litigation. He is a man of courage, honor, and integrity.

    “Mr. Rice is an attorney of honor and integrity.”

    Joan

  • If you want your divorce handled right go to Larry Rice first.

    “Larry’s knowledge and experience in Tennessee divorce law is unequaled.”

    Bob

  • Without his help I would have never been able to raise my children.

    “The end result has been that my kids have spent at least half the time with me and eight years later we’re looking at two well rounded Christians and College Scholarships for my oldest who graduates this year.”

    Russell

  • I am grateful that I had Larry to help me through that challenging period of my personal life.

    “Larry was so instrumental that the proceedings of my divorce did not harm my medical practice.”

    Former Client

  • Polished, Thorough, and Personable

    ““I retained Ms. Pfenson last year to fight a motion to modify custody. She is very personable, responsive, and easy to talk to. Seems unusual to find that combination of skills and qualities but Ms. Pfenson has them. I would recommend her to anyone dealing with a family law matter. I feel very confident having her on my side. She plays to win. Highly recommend her.”

    Former Client