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Co-parenting Tips for Divorced Parents

You may have gotten divorced from your spouse, but you both still have an obligation to be good parents if you have children together. This will likely require some level of good communication on your part, as difficult as it may be to be in regular contact with your former partner. The following are a… Read More »

Tips to Help Drivers Avoid Dangerous Distractions

Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of car accidents across the United States. In an age in which almost everyone has a cellphone, and most people have smartphones with an endless array of games and apps, many motorists fail to pay adequate attention to the road in front of them. It’s important to… Read More »

Who Is Responsible for a Slip and Fall Accident?

If you slip and fall on property owned by another person or entity, the property owner could be considered to be at fault for your injuries — and any medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering that result. You must be able to prove liability if you are to recover damages in a personal… Read More »

The Most Common Financial Mistakes Made During Divorce

During the course of your divorce, you will need to make a number of decisions that will have a long-term impact on your financial picture. Because most people have never been through a divorce before, it can be all too easy to make choices that could negatively affect you now and in the future. The… Read More »

Your Legal Options After a Tennessee Pedestrian Accident

Imagine you’re crossing the street legally, at a crosswalk, when a pickup truck hits you and causes significant injuries. What would your legal options be? Here is a quick overview of what you should consider when seeking monetary damages after a pedestrian accident. Determine who was at fault  In the majority of cases, the driver… Read More »

Steps to Follow When Writing Your Will

If you are completely new to estate planning and the creation of wills, the following are a few steps you will want to take: Consult an attorney: An estate planning lawyer will have a thorough knowledge of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. These professionals can help you create a will that is airtight… Read More »

What to Do if You Know a Divorce Is Coming

If you believe that your marriage is coming to an end, there are certain steps you should take before filing for a divorce. The following are some pieces of advice that will help you best prepare for an oncoming divorce: Speak with an attorney: Your divorce lawyer will be able to give you a full… Read More »

The Most Common Causes of Truck Accidents in Tennessee

If you have been involved in a serious truck accident, determining who was at fault could potentially be more complicated than doing the same after an accident involving two passenger vehicles. You must consider potential responsibility not just on the part of the truck driver, but also of the trucking company or owner of the… Read More »

How Does an Uncontested Divorce Work?

An uncontested divorce refers to a situation in which both parties are able to agree on all or most of the important issues involved in the divorce process. Some of these issues could include how they will share custody or parenting time, the amount and duration of alimony and/or child support, the division of marital… Read More »

Your Social Media Posts Could Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

A January 2014 study from the Pew Research Center found that 74 percent of adults who are on the internet also regularly use social media websites. This number has likely increased since then. With social media use becoming increasingly widespread, so too is the amount of personal information people are choosing to broadcast to the… Read More »