BLAKE A. MULLINS
BLAKE A. MULLINS
Putnam, Overton, Jackson, Cumberland, White, Clay, Warren, DeKalb, and Smith
Family Law, Divorce, Juvenile Law, State Criminal Defense, Estates, Probate, Debt Collection, General Civil Litigation, and Real Property
Blake Andrew Mullins was born in Campbell County, Tennessee and hails from Southeastern Kentucky. An
Appalachian, and “mountain kid” at heart, Blake considers his heritage to keep him balanced in his practice and interaction with clients. The proud grandson and son of Baptist preachers, he graduated from Whitley County High School in 2010. Blake attended and graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 2014 with a degree in Political Science, where he earned high honors.
After graduation, Blake headed home and briefly worked for the Department of State as a Civil Contractor. Thereafter, Blake attended Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law in Knoxville, TN, where he externed for one of the largest non-profits in the state, the Helen Ross McNabb Foundation. A short time after, Blake then externed for Charme Allen and the District Attorney General’s Office in Knox County where he sat second-chair with Nate Ogle in a criminal trial as well as heading up a new cold-case unit under the direction of Leslie Nassios. Blake wrapped up his studies by externing for the District Attorney General’s Office in the 13th District by working with Philip Hatch and Amanda Worley (Now Judge).
Blake has his licensure in both the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the State of Tennessee. While he is not a native Tennessean, he has made it his home, and has chosen to settle in the Upper Cumberland. He grew up with fond memories of attending home football games at Neyland Stadium and basketball games at Thompson Boling Arena.
Blake takes cases in the fields of criminal law, family law and custody, divorce, probate, estate planning, real property and civil litigation.
Blake is an active member of the Tennessee Bar Association, the Upper Cumberland Young Lawyers Division, the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and is a proud freemason.
In his spare time, Blake enjoys spending time with his wife April of Crossville, and his soon-to-be daughter, Theo Mullins, as well as their Pug, Roxie. When he is not with his family, Mr. Mullins is a die-hard sports nut, specifically his Tennessee Vols, and has to his co-workers’ chagrin, an avid tie collection.