Nick C. Christiansen
Nick C. Christiansen provides legal services to a wide range of clients, from small and large businesses to individuals. Mr. Christiansen represents both plaintiffs and defendants in many different types of civil litigation matters, including business and construction disputes, divorce, child custody and other domestic matters, landlord / tenant matters, conservatorship proceedings, and matters related to wills and estates. In addition, Mr. Christiansen provides counsel to businesses concerning their formation, acquisition, and dissolution, as well as advice concerning contract drafting and negotiation and employment related matters. Mr. Christiansen applies a thoughtful and detailed approach to the practice of law and maintains a close professional relationship with his clients. He is admitted to practice in all Tennessee state courts as well as the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He is a partner with the Murfreesboro, Tennessee law firm Hudson, Reed & Christiansen, PLLC, where he has practiced law continuously since 2012.
Mr. Christiansen graduated magna cum laude from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Communication with a minor in Philosophy. Mr. Christiansen then attended and graduated from the University of Memphis School of Law where he served as the Research Editor on the Editorial Board of the Memphis Law Review.
Nick grew up in Rutherford County and now resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with his wife and two children. In his spare time, Nick enjoys spending time with friends and family, golfing, and cheering on the English soccer team, Arsenal F.C., as well as the Tennessee Titans and Vols.
- Civil Litigation
- Construction Disputes
- Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support
- Landlord / Tenant Law
- Civil Rights
- Contract Drafting, Review and Negotiation
- Wills and Estates
- Business Formation, Acquisition and Dissolution