I don’t care if the case is worth $500 or $5 Million, to the client it’s everything, and every case deserves the same level of attention no matter what.– Neal Perryman
As an attorney, Neal Perryman has significant litigation experience at both the State and Federal level. He advocates on behalf of his clients with determination and compassion for their unique circumstances. Whether through effective settlement negotiations or aggressive litigation, Mr. Perryman ensures that his clients’ issues are resolved with their best long-term interests in mind.
Mr. Perryman’s extensive pre-law work experience in the retail and service industries supplied the atmosphere to fine tune his considerable interpersonal skills. Mr. Perryman prides himself on his ability to give the same time and attention to every client, no matter their background.
Mr. Perryman’s diverse practice includes any and all family law related issues, including divorce, custody, child support, dependency and neglect, and orders of protection. He is well-experienced in commercial litigation, copyright infringement litigation, and trade secret misappropriation. Mr. Perryman focuses his criminal practice in the municipalities surrounding Memphis, including Collierville. His unique practice style serves him well in counties outside of West Tennessee, including Fayette County, Tipton County, and as far east as Knox County and Rhea County. Mr. Perryman’s newest additions to his vast repertoire include being a Rule 31 Certified Family Law Mediator and serving as a Guardian Ad Litem for children caught in the midst of family law cases.
As a parent with a child on the autism spectrum, Mr. Perryman is uniquely qualified personally and professionally to fight for a student’s rights in the education system. Whether it be through the IEP or due process complaint, Mr. Perryman is well-versed in the area of special education law. As a parent and family law professional, Mr. Perryman is particularly qualified to tackle the unique challenges faced when a special needs child is involved in a custody or child support dispute.