READ CIRCUIT AND CHANCERY COURT ORDERS REGARDING ALL MOTIONS (PDF Format)

Due to the Pandemic, there is no docket call in Part 1. To set a hearing on a motion, the moving party must first file their motion and then call 423-209-7380 for available dates. Once a date has been established, the moving party will submit an agreed order to set the hearing. If the parties cannot agree, the movant shall submit a proposed order to set the motion for hearing.


Chancery Court Dockets




July

  • 07/11/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 06/30/22
  • 07/25/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 07/15/22

August

  • 08/08/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 07/29/22
  • 08/22/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 08/12/22
  • 08/29/22: Fifth Monday - No Motions

September

  • 09/12/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 09/01/22
  • 09/26/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 09/16/22

October

  • 10/10/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 09/30/22
  • 10/24/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 10/14/22
  • 10/31/22: Fifth Monday - No Motions

November

  • 11/14/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 11/04/22
  • 11/28/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 11/16/22

December

  • 12/12/22: Part 2 - Last day to file a motion to be heard on this date is 12/02/22
  • 12/26/22: Part 2 - No Motion Call Per Chancellor Atherton

Robin Miller


Robin Miller

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Chancery Court (Hours: 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Except for these holidays)

Address: 300 Courthouse 625 Georgia Avenue Chattanooga, TN 37402.
Phone Number: 423-209-6600 and FAX Number: 423-209-6601


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The Clerk & Master serves in the dual role of Clerk of the Chancery Court and the Master in Chancery for the Eleventh Judicial District of Tennessee. As the Clerk, the officer serves a clerical role managing the dockets and other court documents. As Master, the officer serves a judicial role similar to a Chancellor. The Master may make crucial decisions regarding the law, equity or disputed facts.

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