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Jan 29, 2020

Legal and Practical Concerns for Starting Your Life after a Divorce

By |Jan 29, 2020|Divorce|0 Comments

Strong family law representation doesn’t just end with the divorce decree, custody orders, the division of the marital property, and support orders. There are many legal issues that can arise after the divorce is final. There are numerous practical issues that former spouses need to be prepared to handle. Our experienced Knoxville divorce lawyers help [...]

Nov 20, 2019

How Do You Come to the US Legally?

By |Nov 20, 2019|Immigration|0 Comments

America is still the promised land for many people throughout the world. There are rules and procedures that must be followed to enter the country, let alone stay or become a permanent resident of the U.S. If your relatives, spouse, or friends want to come to the U.S. to visit, work, or live, they need [...]

Nov 3, 2015

USCIS and DOS Announce Changes to the Permanent Resident Application Process

By |Nov 3, 2015|Immigration|0 Comments

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it will be working with the Department of State (DOS) to revise the procedures for determining when you may file an application for adjustment of status, which is the implementation of one aspect of President Obama's November 2014 executive action on immigration. The revised process [...]

Sep 15, 2015

Why “Illegals” Needs to Go

By |Sep 15, 2015|Immigration|0 Comments

The New York Times Magazine recently ran an article on the subject of language in regards to immigration and immigrants. The point they were exploring, that the ugly term “illegals” is now back in everyday use, may not seem like a terribly important one, given the state of our immigration policies. But as an immigration [...]

Aug 3, 2015

Along with Same-Sex Marriage Comes the Freedom to Divorce

By |Aug 3, 2015|Divorce, Same Sex Divorce|0 Comments

When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that any laws prohibiting same-sex marriage were unconstitutional, same-sex couples became free to marry in every state including Tennessee, where before this ruling the state had enacted a State Constitution based ban. Along with marriage equality and the ability for same-sex couples to marry, came [...]

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