Jack Welch, Jr. provides a variety of legal services to his clients in Williamson County and throughout Middle Tennessee. He conducts his practice with a deep sense of integrity which allows him to maintain lasting client relationships and respect from his colleagues and the judges in whose courts he practices. If you have a legal issue in any of the areas in which he practices, please contact the firm through this website or call (615) 567-3567 to schedule an initial consultation.
Real estate laws in Tennessee have changed little since the state was founded. Consequently, they sometimes seem antiquated, arcane, and confusing. Jack Welch, Jr. is well versed in the real estate laws of Tennessee and how they affect his clients’ wants and needs. When buying or selling real estate, disputing a boundary line, needing an easement to access property, or any other matter involving real estate, Mr. Welch has the experience and knowledge needed to guide his clients to where they need to be.
Jack Welch, Jr. has years of experience working with commercial and residential real estate transactions. From negotiating the contract to closing the purchase or sale, Mr. Welch has the skill and knowledge needed to handle all phases of the transaction.
He also has the skill and knowledge to advise and counsel his clients on all other real estate related matters. Among other things, his real estate practice includes:
- Negotiating contracts
- Drafting deeds, easements, and other instruments affecting an interest in real estate
- Drafting residential and commercial leases
- Drafting loan documents and security instruments
- Dealing with liens and other encumbrances
- Dealing with Landlord and Tenant issues
- Searching and examining titles to real estate
- Drafting and enforcing restrictive covenants
- Subdividing property
- Mediating, arbitrating and litigating issues related to real estate
If you are dealing with a complicated real estate matter in Williamson County, the greater Nashville area, or Middle Tennessee and feel that you’re in over your head, our firm offers comprehensive legal strategies for your best success. If you have a real estate issue, please contact the firm through this website or call (615) 567-3567 to schedule an initial consultation.
Jack Welch, Jr. provides exceptional legal services in the field of construction law for Williamson County, the greater Nashville area, and Middle Tennessee. His years working as a construction administrator and civil engineering designer give him a basis for his construction knowledge that other lawyers may not possess. Construction disputes generally involve dealings on a highly technical level; and, having an attorney that understands those technical complexities can be an invaluable benefit.
Those facing a difficult legal matter in construction law will appreciate having a strong, knowledgeable attorney on their side. Navigating the complex Tennessee construction laws can be a daunting task, but you can have peace of mind knowing that Jack has extensive experience and skills to get the job done. Jack combines his years of construction experience and legal practice to help you resolve your construction law case. Whether negotiating a construction contract, dealing with Mechanic’s and Materialmen’s Liens, or troubled with defective work, you can rely on our proficient services for help.
Estate Planning, Probate, & Estate Administration
Jack Welch, Jr. represents individuals who need assistance with wills and estate plans, probate and estate administration matters. This can include drafting a will, setting up a trust, or drafting other documents regarding estate matters in the probate courts of Williamson County, the greater Nashville area, and Middle Tennessee. Our law firm provides highest quality, professional services to its clients in these legal matters.
Jack Welch, Jr. understands the need to prepare a comprehensive will that distributes your estate according to your wishes at your death. The desires of each client are diverse and no two cases are alike. This calls for both legal expertise and years of experience to ensure thorough preparation.
The passing of a loved one can be a stressful time where you may not be thinking clearly and this accentuates the need to work with a professional law firm in Middle Tennessee that understands Tennessee probate law. Understanding your rights as a surviving spouse, child, or other beneficiary can give you peace of mind. Jack Welch, Jr. can be counted on to provide you with superior legal services and lead you compassionately through the probate process.
Sometimes you may find yourself with the unfortunate need of a conservator for an aging loved one that can no longer his or her own affairs. Mr. Welch can lead you through the conservatorship process to ensure that loved one will be well cared for.
If you have questions regarding estate planning, probate of a will, or the administration of an estate, please contact the firm through this website or call (615) 567-3567 to schedule an initial consultation.
Business law in Williamson County, the greater Nashville area, and Middle Tennessee requires an innovative approach and Jack Welch, Jr. possesses the business and legal strategies to ensure success. Drawing on his exceptional training and experience, he provides highly focused leadership in business law disputes. He works to mediate any legal problems if at all possible, but prepares to go to court and win every time.
Jack also offers representation to small businesses, providing expertise in contract negotiations and drafting, entity selection and business formation, and due diligence analysis. Whether you need legal counseling on business strategies for growth or conflict resolution in a business arrangement, Jack Welch, Jr. brings extensive know-how to the table.
As most entrepreneurs know, having an excellent business attorney you can count on is an invaluable asset that will often save you money in the long run and help you avoid expensive lawsuits. Jack offers that legal advantage. If you are starting a new business or need help with your existing business, please contact the firm through this website or call (615) 567-3567 to schedule an initial consultation.
Alternative Dispute Resolution – Mediation
In recent years, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), in which alternatives to litigation are used to settle a dispute, has gained great popularity and is now even required by some courts. Jack understands the increasing importance of Alternative Dispute Resolution and he believes that it is a vital component of any litigation practice. While always preparing to take his cases to trial, Mr. Welch likewise always looks to ADR as a more practical, cost effective method of resolving the case whenever possible.
ADR takes many forms, the most common of which are Mediation and Arbitration. Mr. Welch represents his clients in both forums, and conducts mediations for disputing parties.
Mediation aims to bring opposing parties together for the purpose of reaching an agreement. The mediator acts as an impartial third-party that guides the disputing parties toward settlement. The mediation process is a non-binding process and the mediator has no right to pass final judgment or force any party to agree to a settlement.
There are many advantages to mediating a dispute rather than taking it to trial:
- Communication between parties is encouraged in mediation; not so in trials.
- The parties construct the agreement in mediation; at trial, the judge makes a decision for you.
- Trials are open to the public; mediation is confidential.
- Taking a case to trial can be very expensive; mediation is many times much less so.
- The parties have control of the outcome of mediation; at trial, that control rests with the judge or jury.
- The focus of mediation is on the parties; the focus of trial is on the attorneys, judge and jury.
- Because of large case loads, mediation many times offers a faster resolution than going to trial.
Jack Welch, Jr. is a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Listed General Civil Mediator who mediates cases for parties disputing issues related to all of his practice areas. He has also participated in many mediations as the attorney for one of the parties. Mr. Welch has, then, seen both sides of the coin. Whether acting as the mediator or as an attorney, Mr. Welch has the ability to identify the critical issues and work through them to successful resolution.
Mediation is often the most appropriate process of resolving disputes out of court. It generally cuts down on the time and expense of litigation, as well as the stress resulting from it. Jack Welch, Jr. is committed to addressing the issues in an efficient manner that focuses on creative, customized and agreeable results. If you have a case which you need mediated, or for which you need legal counsel, please contact the firm through this website or call (615) 567-3567 to schedule an initial consultation.
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