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What Is A Conservatorship?

By Fort, Holloway, & Rogers |

Many people use the terms “guardianship” and “conservatorship” interchangeably, but in Tennessee these words refer to two different things. Guardianship refers to the legal authority and protection of minor children, while conservatorship refers to the legal authority over another adult. At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our dedicated legal professionals are here to assist Tennessee… Read More »

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Termination Of Parental Rights

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While parenting can be a challenging task, most parents relish the joys and accomplishments that come with raising a child. Some parents, however, are unable or unwilling to properly care for their children. In cases where a parent is not suited for the task of raising his or her child, his or her parental… Read More »

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Tennessee Marijuana Laws: What You Need To Know

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Despite the growing legalization in other states, in Tennessee, marijuana remains classified as a Schedule VI controlled substance, and Tennessee has not legalized the use of marijuana for recreational or medical purposes, except in extremely limited circumstances. If you or someone you know has been accused of possessing, cultivating, or selling marijuana in the… Read More »

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Child Relocation

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Moving to a different state can result in some surprising and unwanted consequences for parents who are divorced. Relocation may affect your child custody and visitation rights. Travel restrictions may be placed on divorced parents who have custody of their children. The final judgment in your divorce proceeding may forbid you to take the child outside a certain geographical… Read More »

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Modifying Child Custody or Support

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In most cases where the parents of a child are not in a relationship and do not live together, whether due to divorce or other circumstances, one or both parents will seek to define the support and custody arrangement for the child. In some cases, the parents have an amicable relationship and can come… Read More »

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