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The Law Office of W. Joe Bell
Attorney at Law
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Criminal Defense
Felony Charges
Probation Violations
Drug Charges
Child Support
Family Law
Practice Areas
W. Joe Bell is a general practice attorney and handles many different types of cases.  If you have questions about your specific situation, or have a question about an area of law which is not listed, please call or email Joe at (865) 259-7377 or w.joe.bell@gmail.com.

Set Child Support
​Contempt Defense

Agreed Divorce    Contempt
Separation            Name Change
Adoption               Termination of Rights
Parenting Plans    Dependency & Neglect
Modify Custody    Grandparents' Rights
Personal Injury
Car Accidents
Slip and Fall
​Dog Bite

Immigration Law
General Practice
Deferred Action (DACA/DREAM Act)
Adjust Status
VISA Applications
LLC Formation
Power of Attorney

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​Driving Charges
Federal Charges
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In order to become a client of W. Joe Bell, you will need to schedule an initial consultation with Mr. Bell.  At this initial consultation the scope of W. Joe Bell's services and payment terms will be agreed upon and memorialized with a formal written representation agreement. Until this agreement is signed no attorney-client relationship exists between you and W. Joe Bell.

The information on this site is general information and should not be construed as legal advice. Every case is unique and you should consult with an attorney in your state about the specific details of your case.  Nothing on this site or in correspondence with W. Joe Bell or his agents shall be construed as forming an attorney-client relationship and information you send prior to the forming of an attorney-client relationship may not be kept confidential.  Neither this site nor correspondence with W. Joe Bell or his agents shall be construed as a promise nor as undertaking a duty regarding you or your case.  W. Joe Bell and his agents are not retained as your legal counsel unless a valid written Representation Agreement is reached regarding your specific case.