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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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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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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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How To Establish Paternity In Tennessee

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Establishing a parent-child relationship through paternity is one of the best things for a father and their child. There are many benefits to everyone in the family when the legal father of a child is established, and there are different ways to do so in Tennessee. If you are interested in establishing the paternity… Read More »

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Modifying A Child Support Order In Tennessee

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The purpose of child support is ensure that when parents are living separately, the economic impact on the children is minimized, and to help parents equitably cover children’s daily living expenses. However, in the ensuing months and years after an initial child support order is established, situations may change for either parent or the… 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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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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