About Eric

Owner of fox law

Attorney Eric K. Fox, is the Owner of Fox Law, founded in November 2003 and located in its current office suite in Hendersonville, Tennessee since January 1, 2004. He is a 2002 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. He is a 1994 Graduate of the University of California at Berkeley.

Rachel Fox

Rachel Fox, Eric’s wife, is a Paralegal and Business Manager for the firm. She is a graduate of Greenville University in Illinois with a Bachelor of Science degree. Eric and Rachel met at a local Hendersonville Church in 2007 and were married in 2008 by Rachel’s father, a pastor, in Cape Girardeau, MO. Both are active in their local church community organizations. They live in Hendersonville, TN with their daughter. Rachel has over 16 years of legal experience.

Kristina Bolcar

Kristina Bolcar is the Fox Law Legal Assistant and Legal Secretary. Tina is originally from Germany, has extensive experience as a Legal Assistant in various national and international law firms, including Jones Day and Kephart & Fisher.

If you need legal assistance, stop by our office and let us show you why we were voted the best attorney in Sumner County! We believe in new beginnings, and we will take the time to learn about you and your specific needs.


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