Is a Business Liable for my Slip and Fall?Posted on December 07, 2016

Is a Business Liable for my Slip and Fall?

Attorneys get a lot of questions about when a business is liable for someone's injury that occurred on business property.


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Criminal Law

Expungement 101Posted on July 22, 2016

A criminal conviction can result in barriers to employment, housing, and educational opportunities.


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Divorce Law

How to Hire a Great Divorce LawyerPosted on July 22, 2016

Everybody wants to hire a great divorce lawyer, but many don't know how.


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Considering a Divorce or Separation?Posted on July 22, 2016

One of the most common questions we hear is "How long will my divorce take?"


Tennessee Code Annotated 36-4-101(b) lays out a mandatory waiting period for every divorce, including uncontested, mutually agreed upon divorces.


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Estate Law

Are You Prepared?Posted on July 22, 2016

Do you have a will?  Statistics show that over half of Americans don't have one.


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Child Custody Law

Kidnapping: a Family AffairPosted on December 07, 2016

Kidnapping: a Family Affair

Did you know that according to the FBI's National Crime Information Center, 49% of child abductions are committed by family members? Most often it is one of the child's parents.


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Grandparent rightsPosted on July 22, 2016

Often, grandparents are denied access to their grandchildren.


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Child Support ModificationsPosted on July 22, 2016

Many times, people believe they should be paying less - or receiving more - child support.


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Parent Re-location 101Posted on July 22, 2016

If you are a parent of a minor child and need to move because of a new job or family obligation or some other reason, it's important that you follow the steps located in the Tennessee Parent Relocation Statute.


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Contract Law

Written ContractsPosted on July 22, 2016

Not all contracts have to be in writing to be valid and enforceable, but most (if not all) contracts should be in writing.


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Property Law

Renter's Rights in Rural CountiesPosted on July 22, 2016

As a renter in a rural county such as Robertson County it is important to know your rights:

  • First, you have the right to quiet enjoyment, or to live peacefully where you rent.


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