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How Does A Legal Separation Differ From Divorce?

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Sometimes, there are situations where a couple is not ready or cannot divorce but still wish to live separate lives. In this case, a legal separation in Tennessee may be a better option, and the experienced attorneys at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers are here to help. If you would like to learn more about… Read More »

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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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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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How Third Persons Impact A Child Custody Case

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When thinking about who is involved in a child custody case in Tennessee, most people just consider the parents and the child. However, there are many others who have the potential to significantly alter the outcome of a case. At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our knowledgeable and experienced Tennessee family law attorneys are here… Read More »

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Types Of Supervised Parenting Time

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When parents divorce, one of the most important decisions that must be made with minor children is that of custody and visitation. In Tennessee, this is referred to as parenting time, and there are situations where it is not in the child’s best interest to be left alone with one parent unsupervised. In this… Read More »

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Why You Need A Lawyer For A Tennessee Paternity Case

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Establishing the paternity of a child is one of the best things that you can do for every member of that family. There are many benefits to determining the parentage of a child, but the legal process can be complex. Hiring a qualified attorney like those at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers in Williamson County… 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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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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