Pamela M. Spicer, Esq.
Pamela M. Spicer, a native Nashvillian, is a domestic relations trial attorney who focuses her practice mainly on divorce, paternity, custody, child support, visitation, contempts and orders of protection. A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, she received her law degree from Nashville School of Law in 2000 and is licensed to practice in all state courts, appellate courts and the Tennessee Supreme Court. Pam’s client base is very diverse, and she prides herself on her referral base system for acquiring new clients. She represents refugees and persons on political asylum in need of assistance with child custody or divorce. She also represents the interests of many individuals who are in need of assistance with divorce, child support, visitation or custody.
While Pam has handled many appellate court cases, she gained national attention in a case that was heard by the Tennessee Supreme Court which captured the interest of the Today Show and other media outlets due to the paternity issues involved. She is well respected by the judges and legal community and concentrates her practice in Davidson County and the surrounding counties in circuit, chancery, general sessions and juvenile courts. Pam knows that divorce and child custody and visitation issues are very emotional times for her clients and strives to meet the goals of her clients in handling their disputes.
Pam lives in Cheatham County, Tennessee with her husband and three children. She enjoys snowboarding, wakeboarding and spending time on her farm on the weekends.
- Family Law
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support
- Nashville School of Law (J.D., 2000)
- Middle Tennessee State University (B.S., 1994)
- Tennessee (2000)
- Tennessee Trial and Appellate Courts
- Tennessee Supreme Court