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How Does Mediation Work in a Family Case?

In family mediation, an independent, state-certified mediator helps both parties in a dispute work out an agreement about issues in the case. In the context of a Tennessee divorce case involving children, the items addressed will be: The Parenting Plan arrangements-...

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Charlotte Employment Attorney

If you are looking for a Charlotte employment attorney, look no further than our firm. However, whether you use our attorneys for representation in an unlawful harassment claim, including sexual or racial harassment, or in an employment based claim for unlawful...

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How is Alimony Determined in Tennessee?

One of the major questions when contemplating ending a marriage is "will there be alimony and how much it will be?" Alimony (spousal support) payments are determined by the court in a facts-driven analysis of the case. There are four types of alimony in Tennessee:...

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Termination of Parental Rights

The relationship between a parent and child is arguably the most cherished of relationships. Accordingly, the Termination of Parental Rights (TPR) is a serious matter and is not one to be taken lightly. It effectively servers all legal ties between the parent and the...

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Unlawful Workplace Harassment

One of the most common misconceptions I find among employees is the belief that all harassment is unlawful.  Employees hear terms like "harassment" or "hostile work environment" and apply everyday meaning to those terms. However, those are legal terms with specific...

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Divorce in Tennessee

A divorce may be granted in Tennessee if the plaintiff or the defendant has resided in Tennessee for six months preceding the filing of the Complaint for Divorce. There are two types of divorces under Tennessee law: uncontested, (irreconcilable differences) and...

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