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    • What to Do if Your Ex Won't Pay Your Alimony

      Alimony is money paid by a higher-earning spouse to a lower-earning or dependent spouse during or after a legal separation or divorce. While each state has established its own laws in regards to ...

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    • How to Defend Sex Crime Allegations

      Under the Tennessee Code, there are numerous offenses that are categorized as sex crimes. They include but are not limited to rape , rape of a child, indecent exposure, incest, criminal sexual ...

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    • 5 Tips for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

      Every June, residents from surrounding states come to join in the festivities of Bonnaroo music and arts festival. To help you stay safe and have a fun festival experience, we’ve come up with 5 ...

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    • Types of Public Indecency Offenses

      You’ve probably heard reports of crimes known as “public indecency,” but what you may not know is that this is actually an umbrella term that encompasses several different acts involving either nudity ...

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    • What to Do if Your Ex Won't Pay Your Alimony

      Alimony is money paid by a higher-earning spouse to a lower-earning or dependent spouse during or after a legal separation or divorce. While each state has established its own laws in regards to ...

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    • What to Do If Your Spouse is Hiding Assets?

      In some divorces , one spouse will attempt to conceal or hide assets from the other spouse to avoid sharing large assets or intentionally deflating their income to avoid paying more in alimony or ...

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    • How Does a Gray Divorce Differ from a Normal Divorce?

      Divorcing couples over the age of 50 – a trend commonly referred to as “gray divorces” – are becoming more and more common across the U.S. According to the Pew Research Center , from 1990 to 2015, the ...

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  • DUI
    • What is "Implied Consent?"

      When you are arrested and charged with driving under the influence, you are required to adhere to a blood alcohol content test by either blood, breath, or urine, depending on what’s available. Can you ...

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    • Can I Drive After a DUI Conviction?

      The state of Tennessee considers driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs to be a serious offense. If you are convicted, you will face heavy penalties, including the loss of your driving ...

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    • Five Tips for Helping Party Guests Avoid a DUI

      Everyone wants their party to be a hit, and over the years one of the best ways to make sure that happens is to offer plenty of adult beverages to guests. However, guests who attend your party may ...

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    • What to Do if Your Ex Won't Pay Your Alimony

      Alimony is money paid by a higher-earning spouse to a lower-earning or dependent spouse during or after a legal separation or divorce. While each state has established its own laws in regards to ...

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    • Who Carries the Burden of Proof in Expungement Cases?

      Have you ever heard the phrase “innocent until proven guilty?” The criminal justice system is centered around this concept, which is known as the “burden of proof.” Essentially what this means is that ...

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    • 5 Tips for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

      Every June, residents from surrounding states come to join in the festivities of Bonnaroo music and arts festival. To help you stay safe and have a fun festival experience, we’ve come up with 5 ...

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    • How to Avoid Slip & Fall Accidents During the Winter

      A study conducted by the National Safety Council estimates that slip and fall accidents happen 25,000 times a day in the United Sates. According to data, 1 in 5 emergency room visits are due to a ...

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    • How Do I Get an Annulment in Tennessee?

      An annulment and a divorce are not the same thing. In a divorce, a valid marriage is terminated by one or both spouses. An annulment means that the marriage in question was never a valid one to begin ...

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    • Establishing Grandparents’ Rights

      In the event of a divorce, grandparents may fear losing the relationships they’ve developed with their grandchildren. To help with this, the court recognizes a number of viable reasons to grant ...

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    • Tips for Avoiding Parental Alienation After Your Divorce

      Let’s face it, a divorce is never easy. Long among the numerous court dates, arguments, negotiations, and other stresses is the fact that children often feel the effects of a divorce between their ...

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    • When Will I Be Able to Stop Paying Child Support?

      It is important to know when you can stop paying child support so that you can better plan for your financial future. Typically, child support payments stop when the child reaches the age of 18. ...

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    • Why Car Accidents Happen More Frequently During Summer

      Although the summer months are a great opportunity for Americans to enjoy the outdoors and go on vacations such as road trips, the season is also associated with the most car accidents than any other ...

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    • Swimming Safety

      With summer break approaching, it is time to start thinking about your next trip to the pool. Before you jump in, take a look at a few safety precautions for swimming this summer. Never Swim Alone. ...

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    • How to Gather Evidence to Build Strong Case

      In order to be successful in proving negligence in a personal injury claim, a plaintiff needs to gather as much evidence as possible. The evidence needs to prove that the defendant owed some kind of ...

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    • How to Defend Sex Crime Allegations

      Under the Tennessee Code, there are numerous offenses that are categorized as sex crimes. They include but are not limited to rape , rape of a child, indecent exposure, incest, criminal sexual ...

      Read More
    • How to Defend Sex Crime Allegations

      Under the Tennessee Code, there are numerous offenses that are categorized as sex crimes. They include but are not limited to rape , rape of a child, indecent exposure, incest, criminal sexual ...

      Read More
    • Four Ways You Could Face Charges for Prostitution

      Prostitution is the crime of exchanging sexual intercourse, sexual favors, or other sex acts for remuneration, usually in the form of money. While there’s a saying that prostitution is the “world’s ...

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    • The Difference Between Shoplifting, Petty Theft & Grand Theft

      Theft crimes all have the same essential premise: someone who commits the crime takes something from someone else without permission or authorization with the intent of depriving them of that ...

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    • Your Wrongful Death Claim Questions, Answered!

      If a loved one has recently passed away as a result of injuries or an accident that was no fault of their own, you may have the ability to pursue damages in the form of a wrongful death claim. On this ...

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