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What Are The Different Types Of Child Custody?

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Child custody is a complex issue in any divorce, and the different elements of custody can be confusing for parents who simply want the best for their child during this process. In Williamson County, the knowledgeable divorce lawyers at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers are here to help with your child custody matter and every… Read More »

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What Is An Annulment?

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When couples decide to end their marriage, the next step is often a divorce. However, in certain circumstances if the marriage was not valid from the beginning, a spouse may instead request an annulment in Tennessee. An annulment is granted only in specific circumstances, and it is best to have an experienced Franklin family… Read More »

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Tennessee Intestacy Laws

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The foundational document in any estate plan is the final will and testament, but many people in Tennessee pass away without ever committing their wishes to paper for how they would like to distribute the assets of their estate. When a person dies without a will their assets pass on through intestacy, otherwise known… Read More »

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Types Of Criminal Offenses

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Although there are many kinds of crimes, criminal acts can generally be divided into five primary categories: crimes against a person, crimes against property, inchoate crimes, statutory crimes, and financial crimes. Crimes Against a Person Crimes against a person are those that result in physical or mental harm to another person. They can be… Read More »

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When Does Child Support End In Tennessee?

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Responsible parents understand that the purpose of child support is to provide for the basic expenses of their child and support their wellbeing. However, at a certain point child support ends. Whether you are the parent paying or receiving child support, it is important to know when the obligation to provide support is over…. Read More »

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Potential Signs Of Impending Divorce

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Every divorce is different. While some spouses are caught completely unaware when served with a divorce petition, for many couples there are a number of signs that a divorce is imminent. If you recognize any of the following signs in your relationship with your spouse, it may be time to speak with an experienced… Read More »

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The Types Of Property In A Tennessee Divorce

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In divorce, division of property if often one of the most significant and complex issues.  In Tennessee, property is classified as either separate property or marital property.  Separate property is generally any real property and personal property that was acquired prior to the marriage, or any property gifted or inherited by one party during… Read More »

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What Is A Conservatorship?

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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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