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June 20, 2017 Read Post

Tennessee Supreme Court Clarifies the Parental Relocation Statute

One of the most important child custody issues is parental relocation. With one of the largest army bases in the United States, Clarksville and Ft. Campbell often have to deal with parental relocation. Often times, when people retire from the Army, they desire to return home to be with their family and bring their children with them. Depending on the custody situation, however, if the other […]

reservation of rights insurance letter
June 5, 2017 Read Post

Reserving your rights: Cautionary tales for insurers from the low country.

Insurance carriers can learn a thing or two from a fairly mundane case coming out of the South Carolina Supreme Court earlier this year.  In the case Harleysville Group Insurance v. Heritage Communities, Inc., the Court held that a Reservation of Rights letter (ROR) sent by an insurer to its insured was ineffective to preserve the carrier’s coverage defenses. A reservation of rights (“ROR”) is a […]

roof issue that needs disclosure
May 26, 2017 Read Post

To Speak… or Not to Speak? That’s the Question when Buying or Selling a...

Are you considering selling or purchasing a home? If so, Tennessee law requires that certain disclosures be met before you close. Tennessee law requires owners of real property to disclose any known material defects that may exist on the property to future purchasers. However, all that is required is disclosure. Owners must provide a written list of any known material defects that may exist prior to […]

The importance of a living will
May 9, 2017 Read Post

Why is a Living Will Important?

A Living Will ensures your wishes are fulfilled in the event that you can’t speak for yourself. In 1990, a 26-year old bookkeeper named Terri Schiavo collapsed from cardiac arrest at her residence in St. Petersburg, Florida. She was eventually resuscitated by paramedics, but she suffered massive brain damage from lack of oxygen to her brain and was left in a permanent vegetative state. Doctors tried […]