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Month: May 2021

How might a DUI affect your ability to work?

People sometimes consider they are too busy to contest a DUI charge, or it is not worth their time. Yet, a DUI conviction could limit your ability to work.   A first-time DUI offense could see you lose your right to drive for a year. Further violations could extend...

Who keeps the debts in a divorce?

When you divorce, you need to divide the things that belong to you. Most of these you want to keep or at least get your fair share of. They include the savings account, the business and the kids. Yet, there is one thing that you might prefer to let your spouse keep...

How much will a divorce in Tennessee cost?

Divorce is a double threat when it comes to your finances. You will lose some of your personal property in the process of dividing your assets with your spouse. As if having fewer overall resources wasn't bad enough, you will also have to pay for court costs and legal...

Can you take your child out of state in a divorce?

If your friends ask why you want to move when you divorce, you might say to get away from your spouse. They may think that is a valid reason. However, if you have a child and hope to take them with you, a judge will not. Courts consider that it is in a child’s best...

What is the effect of an ignition interlock device?

If convicted of a DUI in Tennessee, you may have to install an ignition interlock device. Not only does it make more hassle every time your drive, but you have to pay for it yourself. Installing the device is not the only cost. Machines that test your breath for...