Scientific observations have determined that the more choices a person is compelled to make, the more inconsistent and sloppier their decision-making process becomes. This phenomenon is referred to as decision fatigue and it can become a very difficult problem or individuals facing high stress situations that require many decisions in a compressed period of time.…

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The Justice Department last month created a new section to enforce President’s policy agenda. The Departments Civil Division will now include a Denaturalization Section specifically set up to remove American citizenship from certain designated individuals – specifically, war criminals, terrorists, sex offenders, and other fraudsters. However, this move by the department indicates that they are…

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Many of the issues involving child support are fairly well established. Courts will generally focus on the income and assets of the parents much more than their individual expenses. The needs of the child for a quality home, food on the table, and clothes on their back come first. Parents bring their children into the…

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The rules on obtaining a visa to stay in America are getting harder, but applicants should not give up hope. You may still get a second chance for your visa, depending on the reasons for the denial. Foreign citizens who wish to obtain an immigration visa to gain entry into the United States must be…

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There’s nothing like the bond of joy between a grandparent and a granddaughter or grandson. Grandparents add to the connections a child has with his/her roots and past.  In an ideal world, grandparents are a wonderful complement to the life children have with their parents. Unfortunately, there are situations where it is necessary for grandparents…

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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…

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Generally, people who seek an immigration visa do so to become a permanent resident. They normally are not allowed to enter the US at an approved entry port unless they have applied for a visa, their application has been approved, they have received the appropriate documents, and they have been admitted for entry. Once admitted,…

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In all child custody cases, the Tennessee family court system aims to do what is best for the children. When children are young, they typically have little or no say as to legal and physical custody decisions. Older children do have the right to voice their opinion. Courts generally listen to older children because they…

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US citizens can sponsor certain family members to become lawful permanent residents in America if the relative is: A spouse A child under 21 years of age A parent of a US citizen American citizens can also arrange for a foreign national who wants to marry the American citizen to obtain a fiancé visa. If…

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