About Us

Kirk D. Catron

Kirk D. Catron founded McCarter, Catron & East, PLLC in 2009. He has broad experience in complex criminal, divorce, custody, and insurance defense litigation before state, federal, and appellate courts. Kirk's goal, along with that of our Murfreesboro criminal law firm, is to provide you with the information necessary to make the best legal decisions. Being involved in the court system is never easy, as Murfreesboro criminal attorneys know all too well. Kirk's goal is to make the process as smooth as possible for his clients.

Our Murfreesboro criminal law attorney devotes a significant amount of his practice to criminal defense work. Kirk has successfully defended clients charged with crimes that range from DUI and drug possession to murder and rape. He is one of the toughest attorneys in Murfreesboro.

Kirk has a successful domestic law practice where he has helped clients obtain divorces, custody changes and child support modifications. He has helped his clients with divorce separation and filing a divorce numerous times. Attorneys often look to him for guidance and divorce advice in Murfreesboro.

Kirk also practices insurance defense law and specializes in automobile/premises liability lawsuits. He has also previously represented numerous Homeowners Associations in both drafting and enforcement of their rules and regulations.

Kirk previously practiced with Dotson, Dotson & McCarter and Shuttleworth Williams, PLLC. He received his Juris Doctor from the Appalachian School of Law, and his bachelor's degree from Middle Tennessee State University.

Kirk is a member of the Rutherford and Cannon County Bar Associations. Kirk volunteers his time monthly at the Rutherford County Christian Legal Clinic, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Housing Corporation, and the Blue Raider Athletic Association Advisory Committee. In his spare time, Kirk enjoys spending time with his family, supporting Middle Tennessee State University athletics and golfing.

Kirk is married to Carrie Beth McDonald Catron. He has two daughters, Charleigh Ann and Carrigan Catron.

Hunter Fowler

Hunter Fowler has had a passion for the law since he majored in criminal justice at Middle Tennessee State University, where he first enjoyed learning about constitutional law. That passion led him to his first opportunity to pursue working in law when he came to Murfreesboro and interned at the Rutherford County District Attorney's office as an undergrad for six months.

Following his graduation from MTSU, Hunter went on to receive his law degree from the Nashville School of Law. During his four years of law school, he also gained further valuable work experience at the large Nashville law firm Bone McAllester Norton where he worked as a law clerk for former United States Attorney Ed Yarbrough and former Assistant US Attorney Alex Little. Under their tutelage, he further honed his legal skills so he could one day practice law as an attorney is his own right.

After passing the bar exam in a single try, Hunter moved back to Murfreesboro to renew his many connections to the town's legal system and community in general and open his own thriving law practice. Today, Hunter continues to practice criminal, divorce, and child custody law with a focus on client trust and open communication while taking a tough, determined, and proactive approach to fighting for the legal rights of Rutherford and Bedford County citizens. He also shares his enthusiasm for providing legal counsel to those in need at the Greenhouse Ministries monthly free legal clinic.

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