Relationships can be tough at any stage. Sometimes you’re lucky and realize you’re in a fantastic relationship with a great person right off the bat. You go on to have years of enjoyment together. Then there are the times when you took the plunge, maybe with a little doubt you wrote off as the jitters,…

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This January, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed a bill allowing adoption agencies to deny services to same-sex couples. The law prevents the state from barring agencies from receiving public funds for refusing to place a child with a family based on religious reasons. Advocacy groups and critics of the legislation believe the law unfairly targets…

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Near the end of 2020, legislators agreed upon a second coronavirus relief package for the country, sending out payments of $600 to eligible adults, along with $600 for each child. By now, most of us have received these stimulus payments, either by check or direct deposit. If you and your spouse are in the process…

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Our clients ask this question often, and unfortunately there is no one-size-fits-all answer. However, we can provide some insight on how a personal injury case works, and what’s really happening when it feels like things are proceeding slowly. In a typical personal injury action, there are several factors that can influence the time it takes…

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A surge in COVID-19 cases throughout Tennessee has prompted the Tennessee Supreme Court to suspend all jury trials and in-person hearings. The order was filed by the state’s Supreme Court and applies to all state and local courts. In-person proceedings and jury trials are suspended until at least March 31. The order, which was issued…

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There are few words that elicit true horror like the words “probate litigation.” We understand. You worked hard for the life that you built, and you just want to make sure your loved ones are protected. There are ways to reduce the stress of probate and avoid litigation, so that your final wishes go off…

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