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When To Consider A Postnuptial Agreement

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Like prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements can identify property interests for spouses and outline other aspects of a marriage. However, this document is drafted and signed after the wedding, unlike a prenuptial agreement that is signed before. Postnuptial agreements are becoming more popular, and there are certain situations when it may be in your best… Read More »

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Modifying Or Terminating A Conservatorship

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Despite the substantial amount of negative news coverage about conservatorships in recent months, this type of legal oversight for an individual who cannot make decisions on their own is utilized for the best interest of others. However, there are times when it may be in that individual’s best interest for the terms of a… Read More »

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When Can A Juvenile Be Tried As An Adult?

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Every kid makes mistakes, and because minors do not have the same level of judgment or experience as an adult we utilize a juvenile court to adjudicate their criminal offenses. The purpose of juvenile court is to rehabilitate a minor and set them on the right path, but in some cases the prosecution may… Read More »

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What To Expect In A Family Law Trial

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Going to trial in a family law matter is often the last resort in a case, but there are times when other methods of resolution like mediation or settlement agreements simply do not work. If an issue in your divorce or family law case goes to trial, it is important that you know what… Read More »

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What Property Is Exempt From Tennessee Probate?

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Probate in Tennessee can be a lengthy and time-consuming process, but if an estate plan is structured by an experienced estate planning attorney most of a person’s estate can bypass the probate process entirely. Certain property can be exempt from the probate process, saving your loved ones time and providing them with a greater… Read More »

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How To Find The Right Criminal Lawyer For Your Case

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It can be scary when law enforcement suspects or accuses you of committing a crime. A criminal defense attorney is critical to protect your rights and interests during this type of case, but how do you find the right lawyer for you? At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our experienced and zealous Williamson County criminal… Read More »

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Commingled Property In A Tennessee Divorce

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When a couple divorces, everything that they own is designated as either separate, marital, or commingled property. Identifying commingled property can be one of the most contentious and complicated aspects of property distribution in a Tennessee divorce and requires an experienced divorce attorney to ensure that you are walking away from the marriage with… Read More »

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How To Value A Business In A Tennessee Divorce

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One of the most significant aspects of a Tennessee divorce is the division of assets between the couple. If one or both spouses own a business, it is often the most valuable asset for the family. But how do you determine the value of a company in a divorce? At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers… Read More »

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The Effects Of Substance Abuse On A Tennessee Divorce

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Substance abuse is an issue that affects millions of Americans, and when the issue becomes too much it often leads to divorce. Whether you are filing to divorce someone with substance abuse problems or are suffering yourself with this issue, it is important to understand how this can impact all aspects of your Tennessee… Read More »

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Estate Planning With A Special Needs Trust

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Families who have loved ones with physical or mental disabilities often have significant concerns when it comes to their well-being. When it comes to estate planning, parents or other loved ones can establish a special needs trust to ensure that they are financially taken care of, even if their other loved ones have passed… Read More »

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