Chambliss Law Welcomes New Hires Kimberly Graves and Patrick Walsh
Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to the firm with experience in a wide variety of service areas. Patrick C. Walsh and Kimberly S. Graves will support the firm’s clients in the areas of business, real estate, commercial lending and financial transactions, commercial contracts, financial institutions, and financial services.
“Patrick and Kimberly each bring specific skills that will enhance and benefit our booming real estate practice group,” said President and Managing Shareholder Mark Cunningham. “Their added skill and experience help to strengthen an already exceptional group.”
Patrick specializes in real estate and focuses on the disposition of commercial real estate across various sectors. He regularly represents buyers, sellers, and lenders in transactions and often assists them in offering or obtaining financing. Patrick also reviews and negotiates commercial leases and navigates lease disputes for his landlord and tenant clients. He graduated cum laude with departmental honors from the University of Kentucky. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, where he also graduated cum laude. Patrick is licensed to practice in Kentucky and is pending admission in Tennessee.
With more than 25 years of corporate legal experience, Kimberly supports clients as a paralegal in areas including commercial development, financial transactions, litigation, bankruptcy, and estate planning and administration. Her background in real estate transactions provides valuable insight to a range of client concerns. A native of Chattanooga, Kimberly went to Boyd Buchanan School and graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a bachelor’s in secondary education and English. She is also an Advanced Certified Paralegal in Real Estate Principles through the National Association of Legal Assistants.
Read the Chattanooga Times Free Press article, “Graves, Walsh join Chambliss Law Firm.”
Read the Hamilton County Herald article, “Chambliss Law Welcomes Graves, Walsh.”