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Criminal Simulation And Forgery In Tennessee

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Every state has criminal laws against forgery, but Tennessee also has special laws against something known as criminal simulation. This is related to forgery and fraud crimes but is a separate criminal act that a person can unknowingly be charged with in Tennessee. If you or someone you know has been accused of committing… Read More »

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Benefits Of Virtual Visitation In Tennessee Custody Cases

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In an increasingly digital world, the ways in which we communicate and connect with loved ones has expanded to include many forms of virtual communication. Many parents in Tennessee child custody cases are taking advantage of these methods of communication and incorporating them into their custody and visitation plans. There are many benefits to… Read More »

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What Are The Best Interests Of The Child?

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In Tennessee divorce cases, whenever a minor child is involved the court uses the “best interests of the child” to make determinations regarding their custody, support, relocation, and other important decisions. But how exactly does the judge determine what the best interests of the child are? At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our experienced and… Read More »

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What Is An Advance Directive?

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No one likes to consider what would happen if they were involved in an accident or become seriously ill, but these situations do arise, and it is best to be prepared. An advance directive is the best way to communicate your preferences in the event that an injury or illness prevents you from doing… Read More »

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What Happens If You Violate An Order Of Protection?

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There are many reasons why someone may file an order of protection against another person, and not all of those reasons are legitimate. However, regardless of whether the order has merit, the terms must be abided by until an attorney can help get the order of protection rescinded. Violating an order of protection is… Read More »

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Drafting A Valid Prenuptial Agreement

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Although television and movies portray prenuptial or premarital agreements as a deceptive or manipulative tool, there are many good reasons to create a prenuptial agreement prior to a marriage. However, there are specific requirements that must be met in order to draft a valid agreement, and failure to meet these prerequisites can result in… Read More »

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What Is A Tennessee Cohabitation Agreement?

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Unmarried couples do not receive the same protections under the law as married couples, even when they cohabitate as though they are married. In order to establish certain rights and protections, some couples choose to create a cohabitation agreement. An experienced family law attorney, like those at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers, can explain what… Read More »

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Unique Separate Property In Tennessee Marriages

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Generally, any property that a spouse brings into a marriage in Tennessee is considered separate property, and anything acquired during the marriage is considered marital property. However, there are a few unique items that can be considered separate property no matter when they are acquired by a spouse. At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our… Read More »

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The Benefits Of Using A Probate Attorney

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The passing of a beloved family member is never easy, and the probate process can feel overwhelming in your time of grief. Using the legal services of an experienced Tennessee probate attorney to help with your case can be extremely beneficial to you and your loved ones. To learn more about how a knowledgeable… Read More »

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How A Family Law Appeal Works

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When spouses cannot agree on the issues in a divorce, the court may be required to step in and make a ruling. However, there are times when the court may not come to the correct outcome. If this happens to you it may be necessary to appeal the court’s order. At Fort, Holloway, &… Read More »

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