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You and your spouse divorce: Can you still share a home?

When you got married, if someone were to have told you that you'd one day be divorced but still sharing a home with your former spouse, you'd likely have thought it was a crazy idea. Now, here you are, however, many years later, facing decisions regarding whether to uproot your children and enter the challenging process of transporting them between houses or allowing them to continue living where they've lived during your marriage. The idea posed earlier in your marriage doesn't sound so crazy anymore.

Are you tired of hearing about fatigued trucker accidents?

Like every state in the union, Tennessee sees its share of big rigs. Thousands of them travel the interstates and highways on their way to who knows where. Many pass through without a trace, but some leave an indelible mark on the people they encounter. Far too many news stories involve the serious injury or death of someone who unexpectedly encountered a tired truck driver.

4 tips for divorcing a narcissist

Though in the beginning you may have overlooked many flaws in your spouse due to the love you felt, that willingness to let issues go may have waned over time. In fact, you may have come to the unfortunate realization that you married a narcissist. Your situation may prove even more difficult if this realization came about due to enduring extensive emotional or physical abuse due to his or her selfish tendencies.

Recovery for your family after the wrongful death of a loved one

The unexpected death of a loved can be traumatic for any Tennessee family. When a car accident claims of the life of an innocent individual, it can leave grieving loved ones with medical bills and other costs that they may not be able to manage. These financial losses coupled with a time grief can seem overwhelming and insurmountable.

Do you know what to expect when meeting with an attorney?

After suffering serious injuries in a car accident, you may want to pursue compensation for those injuries and other damages. However, you may not feel well-versed enough in the legal proceedings that go along with filing a personal injury claim to follow such a path on your own. Luckily, you do have the option of seeking assistance from legal professionals who could provide you with valuable information and advice.

Intersection crash: Who's at the corner of fault and restitution?

Because car accidents can cause a substantial amount of physical and mental anguish, you may feel the need to take legal action if you have suffered in such an event. Of course, in order to file a claim against the driver considered responsible, you need an official determination of fault. Though you may know that you did not cause the accident, evidence and details of the crash require consideration.

Get a leg up when fighting the results of a one-leg stand test

Getting pulled over for suspected impairment is not a small thing. One's behavior and cooperation with police are very important in such a situation. If any signs that you might be impaired are present, the officer will likely ask you to take part in field sobriety testing. One test that police commonly administer in Tennessee and Kentucky and elsewhere is the one-leg stand test.

This is not your father's custody battle

Traditional philosophies of parenting hold fast to the idea that spending time away from their mothers is harmful to children. Some well-respected psychologists believe that even if a child of divorced parents spends the night with his or her own father, the bond between the child and the mother may be damaged. If you are a divorced parent of a small child, you may be concerned about this as well.

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