Middle Tennessee’s Experienced Team of Attorneys

Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder & King, PLLC (KRBHK)

Represents businesses and individuals in Murfreesboro and throughout Middle Tennessee with a commitment to providing sound legal advice and exceptional personal service. Our team of attorneys is composed of skilled professionals with more than 75 years of collective experience in the boardroom and the courtroom. Backed by a high-caliber legal support team, KRBHK provides the experience you need and the results you want.

Areas of Practice

Whether in the courtroom or boardroom, our diverse client base ranges from individuals and small businesses to some of the largest companies in Middle Tennessee.

Bankruptcy

Business Law

Criminal Defense

Estate Planning

Family Law

Insurance Defense

Personal Injury

Probate

Real Estate Law

Social Security Disability

Meet our Team

Our lawyers’ roots run deep in Middle Tennessee as evidenced by the active part we play in the community we represent, holding leadership roles in community groups, charitable organizations, civic associations, bar associations and local governments. Our strong sense of community is reflected in the personal interest we take in each client.
John W. Rodgers, Founding Member
James “Jay” Barger, Member
G. Christopher Holder, Member
J.D. Kious, Of Counsel
Jason N. King, Member
Loren A. Sanderson, Associate
Laura Vaught, Associate

Recent Posts

Are Sellers Required to Disclose That Their House Is Haunted?

Are Sellers Required to Disclose That Their House Is Haunted?

Selling your house can be scary business, but what if it is haunted?  With Halloween a few days away, let’s discuss real estate disclosure obligations.  Are you required by law to disclose your poltergeist housemates?    Disclosure laws differ from...

Newest addition to KRBHK family

Newest addition to KRBHK family

Just a "little" post to make you smile. Here is the newest, tiniest member of the KRBHK family. John Rodgers had a miniature horse born on his farm this week. So cute!

Governor Extends Remote Online Notarization and Witnessing

Governor Extends Remote Online Notarization and Witnessing

If you need important legal documents executed including wills, contracts, and any court pleadings, Gov. Bill Lee just announced he is extending Tennessee’s state of emergency through October, the Tennessean reports. Executive Order 63 also extends...