Colten focuses his practice in the areas of civil litigation, business law, and estate planning at the firm’s Sumner County office. His practice consists of representing clients in civil litigation matters, advising clients on a variety of business issues, and helping individuals plan for the distribution of their estates. He has represented companies in defending against claims of products liability and trademark infringement.
Upon graduating law school, Colten clerked at Warren Circuit Court (KY) for the Hon. John R. Grise and Hon. Steve A. Wilson. Colten previously worked at a law firm where he practiced civil defense (i.e., insurance defense).
Professional Recognition and Activities
- Tennessee Bar Association
- Nashville Bar Association
Colten is a high school boys’ tennis coach at Merrol Hyde Magnet School in Hendersonville. He also works with the Hendersonville Parks Department and the United States Tennis Association in offering quick-start youth tennis programs.
Colten is a Sumner County native (Cottontown). He enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife, young daughter, playing tennis, and taking his dog for runs.
Colten attended Lipscomb University on a tennis scholarship and was a four-year starter on the D1 men’s tennis team, an Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team. Colten was also a scholar athlete through the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).