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B.A. Carson Newman College, 1996 (magna cum laude)
M.A. Theology Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1999
J.D. University of Tennessee, 2006
Daniel is approachable, easy to talk to and a great listener. These are just a few of Daniel’s most outstanding qualities – crucial elements that make it easy for him to keep an open dialogue with his clients as he guides them through challenging situations.
Daniel’s practice focuses on estate planning, probate administration, banking and contract law. In addition to providing estate planning and probate services to clients, Mr. Wilkins has assisted businesses and financial institutions in regulatory compliance and transactional issues, and has advised both creditors and debtors in loan transactions and debt restructurings. Mr. Wilkins has represented businesses and individuals in state and federal courts, as well as in mediations. Mr. Wilkins is admitted to practice in all Tennessee state courts and in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. He is a member of the Tennessee and Knoxville Bar Associations.
Mr. Wilkins is a native of Knoxville, having graduated from Farragut High School. He remained in east Tennessee to earn his B.A. from Carson-Newman College in 1996, where he graduated magna cum laude with majors in History and ancient Greek & Hebrew languages. Mr. Wilkins earned his M.A. in Theology from Southwestern Seminary in 1999, after which he spent four years teaching and drafting curricula in secondary education. Mr. Wilkins then returned to Knoxville to attend University of Tennessee School of Law, where he earned his J.D. in 2006 while serving as president of the International Law Society and working in the Mediation Clinic and Non-profit Corporations Clinic.
Mr. Wilkins is an active member of the community, coaching his children in youth sports and assuming various leadership roles in his church. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.