Rachel Fisher-Queen

Attorney at Law

Office Hours by Appointment Only

Text 423-380-9125 to Schedule Your Appointment

About the Attorney

Rachel Fisher-Queen is Child Welfare Specialist operating out of Athens, Tennessee. She is licensed to represent clients in Tennessee and Georgia. She received her high school diploma from McMinn County, her BS from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and her JD from the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.

Almost all clients are quoted a fixed or flat rate retainer fee before paying or signing any contract for legal services unless your case is complex it's too hard to determine how much work your case will actually require. With a flat fee retainer contract for legal services, you pay the same amount regardless of how many hours are actually spent working on your case. You will not have to worry each month about how much your bill will be. The first thirty-minutes of a consultation either by phone, by video or in-person at my office are free. You will be charged $75 for each additional thirty minutes of consultation.

Rachel Helps With These Kinds of Cases

  • Uncontested Flat Fee Divorces

  • Establishment of Paternity

  • Child Custody and Visitation

  • Child Support Enforcement and Modification

  • Permanent Guardianship

  • Adoption

The determination of the need for legal services and the choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements, certification, specialization or self-proclaimed expertise. Certifications of specialization are available to Tennessee lawyers in all areas of practice relating to or included in the areas of Civil & Criminal Trial, Civil Pretrial Practice Law, Family Law, Social Security Disability Law, Consumer & Business Bankruptcy, Creditors Rights Law, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Accounting, Legal and Medical Malpractice, DUI Defense and Juvenile Law - Child Welfare. Listing of related or included practice areas herein does not constitute or imply representation of certification of specialization. These disclosures are required by the Supreme Court of Tennessee.