Dora L. Salinas

Attorney at Law

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Dora Leigh Salinas is originally from Northern Michigan.  She relocated to the Middle Tennessee area in 1980.  She attended Tennessee State University where she majored in biology and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1994.  She graduated from the Nashville School of Law in May of 1999 and obtained her license to practice law in the fall of 1999.

 Ms. Salinas has been a resident of Cheatham County since 1992 and her office is located in Ashland City.  Although her practice is primarily in Cheatham County and the Twenty-third Judicial District,  Ms. Salinas also accepts cases throughout Middle Tennessee.

 Ms. Salinas is a Rule 31 Listed Mediator in the field of  GENERAL CIVIL/FAMILY MEDIATION under Rule 31 of the Rules of the Tennessee Supreme Court. 


Practice Areas:

  • Adoptions

  • Criminal Law

  • Civil Cases

  • Mediation

  • Personal Injury

  • Family Law

  • Divorce

  • Custody Disputes

  • Child Support Issues

  • Juvenile Cases

Bar Admissions

  • Tennessee, 1999

  • U.S. District Court Middle District of Tennessee, 2000

Professional Associations & Memberships:

  • Tennessee Bar Association

  • Cheatham County Bar Association-Treasurer


  • Nashville School of Law -  J.D. Degree

  • Tennessee State University -  B.S. Degree


Community Involvement:

  • Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce

  • Ashland City Port Authority



104 Frey Street         Ashland City, TN        37015   

Office - 615-792-4440          Fax - 615-792-8761          Email:

  Not Certified as a Civil Trial or Criminal Trail Specialist by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization.


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