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  • What to Do When Time is Not on Your Side
    What to Do When Time is Not on Your Side

    After we won Parsons vs. Parsons (W2018-02008-COA-R3-CV) at the Court of Appeals, opposing counsel applied for permission to appeal to the Tennessee Supreme Court. The Rules of Appellate Procedure ...

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  • The Case Of The Marriage That Never Happened
    The Case Of The Marriage That Never Happened

    Divorce litigation normally deals with property division, parenting, and alimony. Occasionally, it deals with grounds. Only rarely is the actual marriage an issue. There is no common law marriage in ...

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  • Memphis Divorce Attorney Larry Rice: on Grounds for Divorce in Tennessee
    Memphis Divorce Attorney Larry Rice: on Grounds for Divorce in Tennessee

    Attorney Larry Rice discusses the various legal grounds for divorce including, but not limited to, adultery, habitual abuse of alcohol or narcotics, living separately for more than two years, willful ...

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  • Live Together, Die Alone
    Live Together, Die Alone

    I was sitting in a case charts meeting about a month ago, and everyone was updating the other team members about what events were transpiring in their cases and what their plans of action were. Then ...

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  • Divorce Corp: A Rebuttal
    Divorce Corp: A Rebuttal

    By Chelsea Knox I recently came across a movie on Netflix, entitled Divorce Corp. I was excited to watch a documentary about the career that I cannot wait to embark upon. But just like so many people ...

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  • What's It Really All About?
    What's It Really All About?

    It’s not just how a law firm does on a sunny day when everything is going right that is a test to what the law firm is. If your system is robust enough, your bench of lawyers, paralegals and clerks is ...

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