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June 20, 2018 Read Post

Grilling Safety

The official start of summer is tomorrow and many of us have already been firing up the grill for those tasty burgers and hot dogs this season.  We wanted to take a moment to remind you of some simple safety tips while we continue to enjoy our backyard barbecues and cookouts this summer.  Thousands of home fires are started each year due to failure to adhere […]

April 27, 2018 Read Post

Katy Olita Approved as Mediator

Katy Olita, an attorney with Batson Nolan Law Firm, has been approved as a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 listed mediator in general civil cases by the Tennessee Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission (ADRC). Mediation is an informal process by which parties have the opportunity to resolve a dispute by agreement. The requirements to be listed by the ADRC as a Rule 31 Mediator in general civil […]

Know the laws - marijuana and guns
April 6, 2018 Read Post

Marijuana and Guns – A Dangerous Combination

Batson Nolan explains that even with the continued legislative changes being made nationwide for marijuana and its medicinal or recreational use, it still criminalized in the state of Tennessee. How much marijuana is a felony in TN? Possession of even a very small amount of marijuana is still a Class A Misdemeanor, punishable by up to eleven months and twenty-nine days in the local county jail. […]

Elimination of Alimony Tax Deduction
March 30, 2018 Read Post

Elimination of Alimony Tax Deduction

Batson Nolan wants to keep you up-to-date on the changing laws affecting your taxes. In divorce situations, one ex-spouse may become legally obligated to make payments to the other party. This obligation is called alimony and is a separate consideration from child support. Alimony payments are generally made to an ex-spouse that earns less money. Because these payments are often substantial, locking in tax deductions for […]