July 23, 2019

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No License Revocation for Unpaid Tickets in Tennessee

In an interesting new development in Tennessee, about 300,000 residents are breathing sighs of relief after learning they don’t have to pay their unpaid parking tickets to get their driver’s licenses back. U.S. District Judge Aleta Trauger has … [Read more...]

Governor’s Probation System Changes Unconstitutional

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam thought he was making some positive changes when he decided the probation system in his state needed some tweaking. Unfortunately the changes he wanted to make had one big problem: they were unconstitutional, a … [Read more...]

Proving Liability in Highway Accidents

The last thing you expect to happen during your daily highway commute is a motor vehicle collision. Highways are highly traveled roads with vehicles operating at high speeds, and many serious accidents occur on highways. If you are involved in a … [Read more...]

Tennessee Statutes of Limitations for Civil Cases

If you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of someone else, you may be entitled to monetary compensation that can be used for medical bills and other expenses associated with the harm you suffered. Tennessee personal injury … [Read more...]

Remington Wrongful-Death Lawsuit Dropped

  There has been a lot of discussion on gun laws especially with the recent spate of killings all over the US. Gun laws are also coming under fire with elections around the corner. It is easy to hold perpetrators of gun violence … [Read more...]

How is Child Custody Determined in Memphis?

One of the most difficult aspects following a divorce is who will get custody of the child or children. If both parties can agree, it is a relatively simple matter but if not, then the court will determine the arrangements for custody based on the … [Read more...]

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

A wrongful death claim is possible when your loved ones have died as the result of the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of another person. However, there are laws in Tennessee which state who is allowed to file a wrongful death law suit and … [Read more...]

What is Estate Planning and When Should I do it?

Estate planning is what a person does to ensure that the people they want have their property and their assets once they die. It helps to ensure that their wishes carry on after they die, provides loved ones with security and ensures that minors are … [Read more...]

What are the Grounds for Divorce in Memphis?

In the State of Tennessee, there are two types of divorces; uncontested, which is usually due to irreconcilable differences, and contested which means there has to be proof provided to demonstrate the grounds for the divorce. In uncontested … [Read more...]

How Do I File a Small Claims Lawsuit in Memphis?

If you have a small claims case, which in Memphis, in Shelby County is for $25,000 or less, it is a civil lawsuit. You would file your lawsuit in the Civil Division of the General Sessions Court in Memphis. The first stage is to go to the clerk's … [Read more...]