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Tennessee Can No Longer Revoke Driver Licenses for Unpaid Fines

A September 2017 class-action lawsuit challenged the Tennessee state law that allowed officials to revoke driver licenses if they did not pay traffic fines.  In this landmark case, the federal ruling declared that individuals who …

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TN Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in Tennessee

How Does it Work? How Will Missing the Deadline Limit Your Case? If you have experienced a personal injury, whether it be from a car accident or any incident where someone else has caused you …

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Will Preparation: What to Consider

Planning a will can be a daunting task, and there are many things to consider when beginning preparations. This process can become burdensome if you do not know which steps to take. To alleviate any …

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Termination of Parental Rights & Stepparent Adoption Petitions in Tennessee

Are you a stepparent wanting to adopt the child of your spouse? Stepparent adoptions can only take place when you are married to one of the birth parents and the parental rights of the other …

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Do You Need a Federal Criminal Defense Attorney?

If you’ve been indicted in federal court or you’re under investigation, make sure to hire an attorney who is a good fit for your particular case. What matters most is whether the attorney has experience …

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Why you should appeal if denied disability benefits

If you are unable to maintain full time, substantial employment due to a disability then you should be receiving disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. It’s getting these benefits that can sometimes be a …

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What is Subrogation and How Will It Affect My Recovery of Personal Injury Damages?

Subrogation is the contractual right of an insurance company to recoup any money it paid on your behalf following an accident caused by another person. You are hurt in an accident, have to go to …

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How to Modify Child Custody Agreements in Tennessee

Once you’ve finalized your divorce in Tennessee, you will have the final court order that governs the terms of your divorce. Conditions typically outlined in divorce decrees in the state of Tennessee are: Functions concerning …

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DUI Evidence Suppression in Tennessee

A DUI is the most severe misdemeanor that an individual can be charged with. A DUI conviction cannot be avoided by judicial diversion nor can it later be expunged from one’s record. That is one …

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