A native of Murrysville, Pennsylvania, after being admitted to the practice of law Mr. Peppel served four years of active duty with the United States Air Force as a Judge Advocate (JAG). Upon release from active military duty he continued his association with the Air Force for the next twenty-five years as a Reserve Judge Advocate with assignments to Strategic Air Command and Air Force Material Command until his retirement from the Air Force as a lieutenant colonel.
After being released from active military service Mr. Peppel moved to Memphis, where he began a general practice of law with the firm that is now known as Peppel & Palazzolo, P.C., handling both civil and criminal matters. However, he quickly limited the focus of his practice to cases of contract litigation and creditor’s rights, such being the only legal disciplines which he now practices.
In addition to the private practice of law and military service Mr. Peppel also served as an adjunct instructor in the Legal Studies Department at the University of Memphis from 1984 until 2018, where he taught several courses, among them being Introduction to Law, Torts, Family Law, Civil Procedure and Contracts and the Uniform Commercial Code.
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Ms. Palazzolo-West's practice is focused on domestic and family law, including cases involving divorces, alimony, child custody disputes, child support, grandparents visitation, child relocation, prenuptial agreements and protective orders. In addition, she serves as a guardian ad litem, meaning that she is eligible to serve as a child's advocate in court. She has also maintained an active practice in the areas of landlord-tenant matters, collections, and creditor bankruptcy representation since 2005. Ms. Palazzolo-West is committed to providing her clients with the best professional representation and support possible throughout the legal process.
Before joining this firm, Ms. Palazzolo-West worked for Siskind Susser P.C., one of the largest immigration law firms in North America.
Ms. Palazzolo-West is a native of Haifa, Israel. Born to a diplomatic family, her father worked at the Italian Embassy in Tel Aviv while living in Haifa where she attended and graduated from Haifa University School of Law in 2000.
Growing up in Israel exposed Ms. Palazzolo-West to different cultures and helped her learn many languages. She is fluent in Hebrew, Arabic, Italian and English. She practiced law in Israel until she moved to Memphis, Tennessee in October 2003 to work for Siskind Susser and utilize her knowledge in law and languages.
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Mr. Cardwell believes in helping clients through processes that can be challenging by giving each matter personal attention, providing sound legal information and having open communication with every client. He has dedicated his career to practicing exclusively in the area of estate planning since 2008. Mr. Cardwell was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Tennessee in 2007 and the United States Tax Court in 2008, and holds the distinction of being an Accredited Estate Planner® designee by the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils.
Mr. Cardwell advises clients in the following areas of the law:
Client satisfaction is Mr. Cardwell's top priority. He is now welcoming new clients from Memphis, Midtown, Germantown, Cordova, Bartlett, Lakeland, Arlington and all of west Tennessee. Office hours are Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm. Out of office appointments are available on a case-by-case basis.
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