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How Long Does it Take to Settle a Personal Injury Case in Tennessee?

Accidents happen unexpectedly and can end up leaving you with serious injuries. These may leave you unable to work or to engage in your usual activities, while resulting in a mountain of medical expenses and the need for ongoing care.

Can a Domestic Violence Charge Affect My Custody Order?

Regardless of the reasons for the breakup of your marriage or whether you and your spouse agree to the terms, there are still important issues that must be resolved before a final divorce order can be issued in your case.

Do Step Parents Ever Have Rights in a Divorce?

While the function of a family has always been to love and support one another, the form has changed over the past few decades. With the high number of divorced or single parents and the high rate of remarriage, step parents often play a significant and meaningful role in today’s homes.

Hidden Assets in Divorce

In addition to the many emotional aspects of filing for a divorce, there is also the harmful effect it can have on your finances. Getting the maximum amount of any marital property and assets you are entitled to in your divorce settlement is crucial to your recovery and in building a new life, which is why having a thorough inventory of these assets is so important in your divorce case.

What Happens to My Injury Settlement in Divorce?

When going through a divorce, one of the major points couples often argue over is how to divide property and assets. This can prove particularly challenging if one of the spouses received a personal injury settlement. These settlements are meant to compensate you for both your current and future expenses

More Couples are Getting Prenups Than Ever Before

First comes love, then comes marriage. Or so the saying goes. When it comes to millennials, however, there may be something that comes between the two. More and more people are choosing to get a prenup before tying the knot, and there are plenty of reasons why.

How technology plays its part in your divorce

On your social media page, you may linger over funny kitten videos and cute pictures of your friends' children. Occasionally, you may also find yourself stopping to read a juicy rant someone has posted about a friend, co-worker or family member. You may even reply to this post to offer your support or to commiserate. After all, you know how good it feels when friends show you the same kind of support.