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Daytime Tri-Cities Legal Expert Forum: Immigration Law

McKenna Cox tells Daytime Tri-Cities viewers about immigration law for both immigrants and nonimmigrants. Watch the interview

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Daytime Tri-Cities Legal Experts Forum: Social Security Disability

Amy Lynn (WJHL) speaks with our own Solange McDaniel on a new Legal Experts Forum to discuss Social Security Disability. Watch the interview

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Marijuana Legalization in Tennessee

Virginia is now the 16th state to fully legalize recreational marijuana use. The new law took effect on July 1, 2021. State residents can now legally possess or grow small amounts of marijuana. Tennessee is …

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Mediation in Tennessee

If you are considering a divorce or custody dispute in the state of Tennessee, mediation may be the furthest thing from your mind. Knowing the basics of mediation will help you navigate your life transition with confidence. During mediation, a neutral third-party mediator meets …

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Federal Criminal Defense

If you were charged with a federal crime, you need experienced legal representation. It’s important to understand that federal charges carry with them longer prison sentences and higher fines. Federal cases are different from state …

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Divorce & The Holidays

People may act festive during the holidays, but many individuals are only pretending to be jolly. For some, the holidays are unhappy reminders that they want to legally move on from their spouses. Plenty of …

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What is a Personal Injury?

You have probably seen more than a few advertisements for personal injury attorneys, but have you ever wondered what is “personal injury?” The answer is fairly simple, “personal injury” means any injury to your person. …

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Estate Planning & Probate

Estate planning & intestacy laws Estate planning is a necessary step to ensuring your loved ones are protected after you die. Estate planning affects everyone, since it involves planning for our eventual demise. There are …

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The Smarter Sentencing Act

The Smarter Sentencing Act, introduced by Senators Richard Durbin (D-IL), and Mike Lee (R-UT), would end unjust mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenders, and would modernize federal drug sentencing policies. According to Durbin, there is …

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