The Supreme Court of Tennessee has ordered that attorney Timothy Paul Molyneux’s law license be transferred to disability inactive status indefinitely.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Timothy Paul Molyneux,” with case no. M2023-01046-SC-BAR-BP.

The order comes after a petition was filed by the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 9 section 27.3. After reviewing documentation from Mr. Molyneux and his medical provider, the Court found he is currently incapacitated and unable to continue practicing law.

Under the order, Mr. Molyneux must comply with Supreme Court Rule 9, particularly section 28 on the responsibilities of attorneys on disability inactive status. He may petition for reinstatement to active status under section 27.7 in the future.

Mr. Molyneux attended the University of Toledo, graduating in 1996. He practices in Franklin, Tennessee. He is licensed in Tennessee. His info can be found on martindale.com.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.