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Apr 10, 2019

Tennessee Legislators Consider Bill to Support Children with Disabilities

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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

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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 [...]

Oct 3, 2018

5 Common Reasons Couples Divorce

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Everyone goes into a marriage with the best of intentions: ‘til death do us part, and happily ever after. Most couples know that a strong and stable marriage takes work. However, some couples give it their all and the marriage has simply run its course for one reason or another—and it's time to think about [...]

Aug 28, 2018

How Social Media Can Affect Your Divorce

By |Aug 28, 2018|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

Most people in America use social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, and others, for pleasure and business. These websites are a lot of fun when life is going well – but they came be used against you if you’re going through a divorce. Information and pictures that are posted on social [...]

May 30, 2018

It Was a Great Wedding… But Was it Legal?

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The Universal Life Church (ULC), an online self-described non-denominational religious organization, has been in operation for more than 60 years. Members can become ordained, instantly and for free, online and become empowered to perform functions that traditional ministers can, like weddings or other ceremonies. There are many sites that offer online ordination, but the ULC [...]

Apr 3, 2018

Parent’s Fears about Brain Injury from Football Ignites Custody Dispute

By |Apr 3, 2018|Divorce|0 Comments

In a time when groundbreaking research studies are revealing the dangers and the long-term consequences of concussion, many parents find themselves in disagreement about whether their child should play football. When those parents are divorced and share custody of the child, things can get complicated. The New York Times highlighted the story of a Pennsylvania [...]

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