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Penalties For Hiding Assets In A Divorce

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One of the biggest issues in many Tennessee divorce cases is the distribution of marital property between spouses. In some cases, a spouse may attempt to hide assets in order to walk away from the marriage with more than they are entitled to. However, spouses caught hiding assets can face serious consequences, both civilly… Read More »

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Grounds To Appeal A Child Custody Case

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Child custody is often one of the most emotional and difficult issues for parents to determine in a Tennessee divorce. If the matter has to go to trial to resolve, oftentimes it is the judge or a jury who decides the outcome, but they do not always get the decision right. If you find… Read More »

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Benefits Of Creating An Estate Plan

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No one likes to contemplate their mortality but creating an estate plan can provide many benefits to you and your loved ones now and into the future. An experienced Franklin estate planning attorney like those at Fort, Holloway & Rogers can help craft an estate plan that best fits your needs and your wishes… Read More »

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Theft Crimes In Tennessee

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Theft crimes in Tennessee refer to a number of different criminal offenses that all relate to the taking of someone else’s property without their consent. Theft crimes can range from small misdemeanors to felony offenses, and if you or someone you know has been accused of committing theft it is important that you speak… Read More »

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How To Avoid Probate In Tennessee

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After a person passes away, their estate must pass through the legal probate process before their assets can be distributed to their heirs. However, there are ways to bypass the probate system in part or entirely, depending on the particulars of your estate. The experienced Franklin estate planning lawyers at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers… Read More »

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How A Spouse May Try To Hide Assets

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One of the most significant issues that a couple must determine during a Tennessee divorce is the division of marital assets. There are times when a spouse may try to hide assets in order to walk away from the marriage with more than they are entitled to. Understanding how a person might try and… Read More »

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When Can I Stop Paying Child Support?

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The purpose of child support is to ensure that your child’s standard of living is maintained with both parents after a divorce or paternity action. Both parents have a duty to financially support their child, but there comes a time when that child is expected to financially care for themselves. One of the most… Read More »

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Can I Withhold Visitation If My Ex Is Behind In Child Support?

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Navigating a relationship as parents after a divorce or split can be difficult, and it can be particularly frustrating if the noncustodial parent falls behind or refuses to pay their court ordered child support. One common question we get asked at Fort, Holloway & Rogers is whether a custodial parent can refuse to let… Read More »

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What To Expect At Bond And Source Hearings

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After an arrest and criminal charge, most people in Tennessee have the right to a bail, or bond, hearing that will allow them to be out of jail prior to their trial. Depending on the circumstances of the case, you may also be subject to a source hearing. These hearings can be scary and… Read More »

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Do I Need A Power Of Attorney?

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When most people hear of estate planning, they think of creating a final will and testament; however, there are other important documents that should be included in an estate plan. One of these documents is a power of attorney form, which designates an important decision maker for you and your estate. If you are… Read More »

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