Wedding Lawyer Rob Schenk Drops Wedding Contract Knowledge on TV

Thanks to Karen Brown and Joseph Pleasant at WKRN-TV Nashville for some screen time! See my photograph speak about the importance of having a written contract, and some tips for hiring a wedding vendor.

The mother of a woman set to be married in April has filed a small claims lawsuit against Premier Party Planning, LLC’s owner Angela Warfield-Nevils. Nicole Woods’ daughter Jasmine is a co-plaintiff in the suit that asks for a total of $3,753.06. That total includes $1,900 for the unavailability of the venue that Premier Planning owns and $203.06, the cost of reprinting invitations to update the reception location. Woods is also asking for the cost difference of replacing the reception venue and catering, which is $1,550.00. The mother and daughter also want reimbursement of $100 for hiring a private investigator to find the physical address of Warfield-Nevils so she could be serviced with the civil lawsuit.



Rob Schenk is one of the country’s most prominent “Wedding Lawyers,” a special designation for trial lawyers representing wedding and event industry professionals involved in business disputes and in transactional matters.
Rob was awarded Rising Star of 2015, 2016, and 2017 by Super Lawyers, an honor bestowed on only 2.5% of attorneys. Rob has previously been recognized by his colleagues with a Martindale-Hubbell’s AV Preeminent Rating. Rob is licensed to practice law in Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, California, and New York.

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