Advice Law Firm and attorney Micah Guster work in Tennessee Circuit, Criminal, General Sessions, and City Courts from Altamont to Athens, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Collegedale, East Ridge, Jasper, Red Bank, Signal Mountain, Soddy Daisy, Bradley County, Hamilton County, Grundy County, Marion County, McMinn County, and more; and in Georgia from Dalton to Emerson, Ringgold, Varnell, Catoosa County, Cherokee County, Dade County, Walker County and more in State Court, Probate Court, Magistrate Court, Municipal Court, and Superior Court.  If there is a legal situation along I-75 or I-24 within 50 miles of the Chattanooga area, Advice Law Firm can be there. 

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J. Micah Guster III                   

Attorney and Counselor at Law

1502 McCallie Avenue

Chattanooga, TN 37404

Office: (423) 485-8088 

Fax:    (423) 485-8087

 

NEWS AND UPDATES

Congratulate Micah on being named to the Chattanooga Public Library Board of Directors.

Listen to Micah speaking on the radio about Marching Forward: 50 Years Later.

Read about Micah speaking to a group of young people at McCallie.

Congratulations Micah on being named one 2.5% of attorneys in Tennessee to be named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers.

Born and raised in Chattanooga, TN, Micah graduated from the McCallie School.  Micah then earned a full scholarship to Tennessee State University, graduating at an accelerated pace in 3 years. After graduation, he worked at the Tennessee State Legislature as an intern for the Senate General Welfare, Health & Human Resources Committee.  Micah then worked at Congress as an intern in the U.S. House of Representatives.  From there, he went back to the State Legislature to serve once more as an intern in the Senate.

 

Micah decided to attend law school after seeing many of the people at the Legislature and Congress were lawyers.  After interning at the Legislature and Congress, Micah then attended the University of Arkansas School of Law on scholarship.  There he worked for various individuals including a law firm, externing for a bankruptcy judge, and being a student lawyer through the University of Arkansas Legal Clinics helping indigent clients.  He also worked for the local prosecutor’s office through the Legal Clinics. 

 

Upon graduation from the University of Arkansas School of Law, Micah was selected as one of the top 10% of lawyers (185 new attorneys from 2,309 applicants) to enter the prestigious Attorney General’s Honors Program done by the U.S. Department of Justice.  There Micah worked as a trial attorney through the United States Trustee Program on criminal and civil bankruptcy matters during the height of the Great Recession. 

 

Licensed in Tennessee and Georgia, Micah has now opened his own law firm, helping people with legal issues in both states.  From the beginning until now, Micah has helped people in various capacities.  From public service to private practice, he is now available to help people in Tennessee and Georgia.   

 

Listen to Micah speaking about the Marching Forward: 50 Years Later youth event on the radio in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act.

 

Watch an interview with Micah at a local CBS affiliate station.

 

See Micah speaking at the Marching Forward: 50 Years Later youth event.

 

Congratulations Micah on being named to the Chattanooga Public Library Board of Directors.

 

Read about Micah speaking at his former middle and high school, McCallie.

 

Congratulations Micah on becoming a member of the Brock-Cooper American Inn of Court.

Read a Better Business Bureau client review of Advice Law Firm.

 

Listen to Micah argue a case of first impression before the Tennessee Court of Appeals.

 

Watch Micah argue an appeal before the East Ridge City Council.