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Marlene Eskind Moses

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MTR Family Law, PLLC

Contact Information

205 23rd Avenue North
Nashville TN 37203-1501
Work (615) 341-0070
Fax (615) 341-0076

Practice State



Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation


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  • Cheatham, Tennessee
  • Davidson, Tennessee
  • Maury, Tennessee
  • Robertson, Tennessee
  • Rutherford, Tennessee
  • Sumner, Tennessee
  • Williamson, Tennessee
  • Wilson, Tennessee


Nashville School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1980; Tulane University, Master of Social Work, 1973; Tulane University, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, 1972 CERTIFICATIONS: Designated as a Family Law Specialist by the Tennessee Commission on CLE and Specializtion (first in the State of Tennessee); Board Certified as a Family Law Trial Specialists, National Board of Trial Advocacy; Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediator; Certified Rule 31 Listed Family Law Mediator, 1996, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; Trained Arbitrator, 1995, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Legal Organizations

American Bar Association: Child Custody Pro Bono Project Advisory Committee (2001-2005), Family Law Section, Family Courts Committee (1993), Law Practice Management Committee (1993); American College of Family Trial Lawyers: Diplomate (2003-present); Board of Professional Responsibility: Hearing Committee Member (1992-1999); Harry Phillips American Inns of Court: Master Emeritus status (2008-present), Recorder (1994-2007), Member (1992-2008); International Academy of Collaborative Professionals: Member (2010-present); International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers: Vice-President (2010-present), U.S.A. Chapter Vice-President (2005-2007), Board of Managers (2004-present), Parliamentarian (2002-2003), Fellow (1998-present); International Network of Boutique Law Firms: Firm membership (2009-present); Lawyers Association for Women: President (1996-1997), President-Elect (1995-1996), Secretary (1994-1995); Nashville Bar Association: Member of the Board of Directors (1990-1993), First Vice-President (1993), Domestic Relations Committee (Former Chair), Administration of Justice Committee (Former Board Liaison), Nashville Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (Former Committee Member and Former Board Liaison); Nashville Bar Foundation: Fellow (1993-present); National Board of Legal Specialization Certification/National Board of Trial Advocacy: Vice President (2009-present), Executive Committee Member (2006-2009); Board Member (2000-present); Tennessee Bar Association: Family Law Code Commission (2000-present), Family Law Section Chair (2000-2002), Family Law Section Vice-Chair (2000-2001), Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee (1995-present), Family Law Section Member (1982-present); Tennessee Bar Association Foundation: Fellow (2001-present); Tennessee Board of Law Examiners: President (2003-2006), Member (2001-present), Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women: Current Member; Tennessee Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers: Former Committee Member; Tennessee Supreme Court Historical Society: President (2009-present), President-Elect (2008-2009), Founding Member (1996); Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association: Family Law Section Vice-President (1994)


Listed in "The Best Lawyers in America," (Family Law) 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010; "Mid-South Super Lawyer," 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010; AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory; American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; Outstanding Fellow of the Year Award, 2001; Nashville School of Law Distinquished Alumni Award, 2001; YW 10th Annual Academy for Women of Achievement Nomination, 2001; Athena Award Nominee 2002.

CLE Presentations

Nashville Bar Association, Emerging Trends and Issues Seminar, "The Voices of Children and When They Should Be Heard," 2000; Board of Professional Responsibility, "Ethics Workshop," 2000; Tennessee Bar Association, "Bridge the Gap," 2002; American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, "Ethics Jeopardy," 2002; Tennessee Bar Association, "Preventing Legal Malpractice and Ethics Complaints," 2002 and "Understanding the New Child Support Guidelines - Ethics," 2004; Summit Divorce Planning, Financial Advisory Group: "Family Law Highlights," 2005; All About Women (Annual Symposium), "Family Law Highlights," 2005; Nashville School of Law CLE Program, "Advocacy in Family Law Mediation," 2007; Lawyers Association for Women Mentoring Program, panel discussion at the Nashville School of Law, April 16, 2008; TN Assn. for Justice 2009 Domestic Law Forum: Professionalism in Domestic Law - "Dealing With Grandparents and What Is New With Grandparents Visitation," April 16, 2009; TAM Family Law Conference, "Discovering Hidden Assets in a Divorce Case," December 3, 2010.


"An Overview of Tennessee's Burgeoning Alternative Dispute Resolution Process: Collaborative Law," Tennessee Bar Journal, volume 46, no. 9, September, 2010; "Hague Convention of October 25, 1980: The Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction," Tennessee Bar Journal, volume 46, no. 5., May, 2010; "The Current Status of Tennessee's Grandparent Visitation Law," Tennessee Bar Journal, volume 46, no. 1, January, 2010; Co-author, "Guardianship and Conservatorship," with James Everett, Jr. and Ronald K. Nevin, Tennessee Practice Series, Legal Forms, chapter 48, volume 15 (Supp. 1993); Probate Section of Tennessee Practice (prior edition)

AAML National

Executive Committee Member, 2010-present; President, 2009-2010; President-Elect, 2008-2009; First Vice-President, 2007-08; Vice President, 2003-07; Parliamentarian 2002-03, Board of Governors 2001-03, Ad Hoc Member of the Executive Committee 1998-2004, Membership Committee Chair 1998-2002, Legislative Committee Member, 1994-98, Continuing Legal Education Chair 2000-01, Member 1995-2001, Board of Review 2001-02 and 2007-; AAML Foundation Board member 2001-present, Secretary 2005-06, Treasurer 2003-05.

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