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February 2018 Archives

Why estate planning is essential for businesses

Tennessee business owners have a great deal to consider when planning for the protection and longevity of their companies. However, one layer of security that is often overlooked is business estate planning and probate. Most people make provisions for the financial care of family upon their demise. Unfortunately, many business owners neglect to properly plan for the survival of the very thing they have spent their lives building. While business estate planning might seem overwhelming, there are substantial considerations that make it necessary to begin a business estate plan as soon as possible.

Co-parenting might be an option for child custody situations

Child custody arrangements aren't standardized like they once were. In the past, children were usually sent to live with the mother and only saw the father every other weekend. This isn't the case now. Child custody arrangements are now based on what is best for the children instead of what is easiest for the adults or on some archaic formula.

Report: Federal agencies secretly tipping off local police

A report by Human Rights Watch says that federal law enforcement agencies have been passing along secret tips based on information collected through constitutionally questionable methods. When state and local law enforcement receive these tips, they create a false narrative about how they discovered the information in a process called "parallel construction."

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