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Charles E. Hodum, Attorney

Mr. Hodum has been engaged in the practice of law since 1986. He has appeared before State courts throughout Tennessee and Mississippi  in both bench trials and jury trials. During his career, Mr. Hodum first served as an Assistant District Attorney General for the Tenth Judicial District inEast Tennessee. However, for the last twenty years he has been actively engaged in handling difficult divorce and family law matters, consultation and representation of business and corporate clients, representation of well known entertainment figures in entertainment related matters involving television personalities, rock and roll performers, country music personalities, professional songwriters, event promoters, television and record producer consultation, representation in personal service contract negotiations and the defense of persons accused of criminal misdemeanor and felony charges in both Tennessee and Mississippi. Mr. Hodum has also previously appeared as special counsel in matters in the states of Texas and Arkansas.
He received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing Management in 1982 from Memphis State University and later in 1986 received a Juris Doctor degree from the Memphis State School of Law. Hodum attended the Vanderbilt University Law School in the spring of 2005 taking regular course work in Entertainment Law Industries. He has also assisted and counseled with the Blues Foundation located in Memphis Tennessee in conjunction with their yearly Handy Blues Awards show.
Tennessee Circuit, Chancery, Juvenile and Probate State Courts
Tennessee Federal Courts including Bankruptcy
Tennessee Court of Appeals
Mississippi Circuit, Chancery, County and Justice Courts
Tennessee and Mississippi Federal District Appellate Courts
Tennessee Criminal, Circuit and Chancery Courts including:
Bradley County in Cleveland, Tennessee
McMinn County in Athens, Tennessee
Monroe County in Madisonville, Tennessee
Polk County in Benton, Tennessee
Knox County in Knoxville, Tennessee
Hamilton County in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Rutherford County in Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Carrol County in Huntington, Tennessee
Henry County in Paris, Tennessee
Decatur County in Decaturville, Tennessee
Sumner County in Gallatin, Tennessee
Davidson County in Nashville, Tennessee
Coffee County in Manchester, Tennessee
Lauderdale County in Ripley, Tennessee
Lawrence County in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee
Madison County in Jackson, Tennessee
Haywood County in Brownsville, Tennessee
Fayette County in Somerville, Tennessee
Hardeman County in Bolivar, Tennessee
McNairy County in Selmer, Tennessee
Hardin County in Savannah, Tennessee
Henderson County in Lexington, Tennessee
 Dyer County in Dyersburg, Tennessee
Shelby County, in Memphis, Tennessee
Mississippi Criminal, Circuit and Chancery Courts
Desoto County in Hernando, Mississippi
Marshall County in Holly Springs, Mississippi
Benton County in Ashland, Mississippi
Tippah County in Ripley, Mississippi
Alcorn County in Corinth, Mississippi
Union County in New Albany, Mississippi
Tate County in Senatobia, Mississippi
Calhoun County in Pittsboro, Mississippi
LaFayette County in Oxford, Mississippi
Lee County in Tupelo, Mississippi
Harrison County in Biloxi, Mississippi
Grenada County in Grenada, Mississippi
Monroe County in Aberdeen, Mississippi
Prentiss County in Booneville, Mississippi
Panola County in Batesville, Mississippi
Tishomingo County in Iuka, Mississippi
LeFlore County in Greenwood, Mississippi
Cohoma County in Clarksdale, Mississippi
Ittawamba County in Fulton, Mississippi
Outside Appearances as Special Counsel
Cold Spring, Texas
Jonesboro, Arkansas
Mr. Hodum has also served as a speaker at various legal seminars sponsored by the University of Mississippi Law School and the Mississippi Bar Association Family Law Section.
Charles E. Hodum
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 901.853.8110
Fax: 901.853.0473
Andrea B. Womack, Attorney
 Ms. Womack has trained and practice exclusively in the area of Tennessee domestic relations law beginning as a law clerk at a family law firm in downtown Memphis during law school.  As a Third-Year law student, Ms. Womack served as a Guardian Ad Litem in the Juvenile Court of Memphis and Shelby County as a student attorney through the University of Memphis Legal Clinic.   In May of 2006, Ms. Womack was awarded the CALI Award of Excellence for Trial Advocacy.  She has experience with all aspects of divorce, paternity, child custody and child support matters including pre-filing counseling, discovery, mediation, trial and appeals.
Ms. Womack recognizes that divorce is an extremely difficult time in a person's life and approaches each case with the particular client's unique circumstances in mind, which includes an honest assesment of the costs, both monetary and emotional, associated with different case strategies. 
Recently, Ms. Womack served as a guest speaker at the University of Memphis Law School's ADR/Mediation class on the topic of mediating a divorce.
 University of Central Arkansas, B.A. History Magna Cum Laude, 2002
Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Univseristy of Memphis, J.D., 2006
Tennessee Circuit, Chancery, Juvenile and Probate State Courts
Tennessee Court of Appeals
Andrea Womack
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 901.853.8110
Fax: 901.853.0473
Direct Fax: 901.313.0019
Charles T. Hodum, Attorney

Mr. Hodum began practicing law in Mississippi in 2015. During law school Mr. Hodum worked as a legal extern for The Mississippi Supreme Court's Criminal, Ethics, and Civil Rules Committees. Mr. Hodum also worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Justice James W. Kitchens of the Mississippi Supreme Court. During Mr. Hodum's last year of law school, Mr. Hodum was admitted to limited practice in Rankin County, Mississippi, for the 20th Judicial District. While working for the Rankin County District Attorney's Office, Mr. Hodum assisted in trials and made apperances for the State.   

 University of Memphis, Bachelor of Liberal Studies Cum Laude, 2011
Mississippi College School of Law, J.D., 2015
Mississippi Circuit, Chancery, Youth and Probate Courts.
Mississippi Supreme Court
United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi
United States District Court for the Southern District 
Charles T. Hodum
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 901.853.8110
Fax: 901.853.0473