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Chad I. Pearman was born in Nashville, Tennessee and was raised in Franklin. He attended David Lipscomb High School where he played varsity baseball and served as a captain of the football team. He was president of his graduating class.

Chad attended Lipscomb University where he received an academic scholarship. He graduated in 1997 and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a double minor in History and Management. Chad furthered his academic studies at the University of Tennessee College of Law. During law school, he earned recognition for academic excellence in Client Development and Litigation.

Chad’s vocational achievements include a prestigious internship at the Tennessee Supreme Court and an internship at the Metro Nashville Legal Department. During the second year of law school, he was a Summer Associate at Manier and Herod in Nashville.

Upon graduation from law school, Chad was admitted to practice in all state courts and accepted a position with Manier and Herod, where he practiced civil litigation through June of 2004. On July 1, 2004, he realized a dream when he ventured out on his own and Chad I. Pearman, P.C. was born.

Chad is associated with another lawyer, Jim Vanderpool. They own an office in Franklin and share a common professional staff. The Association of Vanderpool & Pearman concentrates on real estate law and the closing of sales, purchases and refinancing of property throughout middle Tennessee.

Chad married his high school sweetheart, Jennifer, in 1997 and they have three children, Camille, Carson, and Corinne. They reside in Brentwood and are active members of Otter Creek Church, where Chad serves as a Ministry Coordinator. Chad also is chair of the Otter Creek Preschool and Kindergarten Advisory Board. Chad is an avid fisherman and hunter and enjoys football, hockey and baseball.