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Jul 3, 2019

What Is the Controversy Surrounding Section 1325: Improper Entry to the U.S. by an Alien?

By |Jul 3, 2019|Immigration|0 Comments

If you watched the Democratic debates on June 2th, 2019, you would have witnessed the controversy that erupted between candidates Julian Castro and Beto O'Rourke as they sparred verbally over Section 1325 of federal immigration law, which makes it a criminal offense for certain people who enter the U.S. illegally. Section 1325 has been on [...]

Jun 19, 2019

Drug Addiction and Its Impact on Child Custody Decisions in Tennessee

By |Jun 19, 2019|Child Custody|0 Comments

The opioid epidemic continues to devastate families throughout Tennessee. According to an article in The Tennessean, the opioid crisis has killed more people in the Volunteer State than traffic accidents, as three people die from drug overdoses every day. In 2017, more than 1,090 babies were born with neonatal abstinence syndrome to mothers addicted to [...]

Jun 12, 2019

Another Day, Another Immigration Plan

By |Jun 12, 2019|Immigration|0 Comments

The White House unveiled its new immigration plan on May 16, 2019. This plan is a broad outline of proposed changes to U.S. immigration policy; plan legislation would t need to be written and introduced. For now, it is a plan which addresses the issues of border security and introducing a merit-based immigration program, which [...]

May 8, 2019

What Is a Guardian Ad Litem?

By |May 8, 2019|Family Law|0 Comments

There are many different types of guardians. In some cases, the guardian is a close family relative. A guardian ad litem, however, is a little different. A court, when necessary, appoints a guardian ad litem (GAL) for a child when divorce or parental rights are at stake. The guardian should be a neutral third-party, which [...]

Apr 24, 2019

Naturalization through U.S. Military Service

By |Apr 24, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

If you’re an immigrant who’s served in the U.S. armed forces, your service may make you eligible for expedited naturalization via your military service. We’re proud to give you information and guidance on the process for you and your family. In 2002, President George W. Bush signed an executive order speeding up naturalization through military [...]

Apr 10, 2019

Tennessee Legislators Consider Bill to Support Children with Disabilities

By |Apr 10, 2019|Estate Plan|0 Comments

In mid-March, Tennessee lawmakers filed a bill amendment aimed to provide more assistance to children with long-term disability and complex medical needs who live with their families, and aren’t currently on TennCare. This could help thousands of children and families financially by creating an easier path to the services offered by Medicaid. Currently, there is [...]

Mar 26, 2019

How to Prepare Your Children for Divorce

By |Mar 26, 2019|Divorce|0 Comments

Parents who divorce too often focus on their own anger, anxiety, and frustration. Too often, they forget that while they can move on with their lives after a divorce, the lives of their kids can be turned completely upside down. Children of divorce can lose a sense of stability. They often feel pressured to choose [...]

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