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Consequences of DUI arrest in Tennessee

With the holiday season upon us, you may be a little more likely to partake in parties and get-togethers than you usually do the rest of the year. Whether it is an office party, a reunion back home with old friends or just visiting with family, this time of year can bring plenty of festivities where alcohol is involved. It is also one of the busiest times of the year for DUI arrests.

Many times, these sorts of unique nights out can catch you off guard and make you believe that you are still okay to drive. In the state of Tennessee, if you are caught operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) at .08 or higher, you will be arrested for DUI.

Four back-to-school tips for divorcing parents

School is back in session. This time of year brings about many changes that both parents and children need to adjust to. New schedules, homework and extracurricular activities will keep everyone busy. On top of it all, families going through a divorce are dealing with other personal difficulties. Separating spouses need an effective co-parenting plan from the start. 

Wills are not just for the wealthy

Many people hold the common misconception that you only need a will if you are wealthy. This myth is quite off the mark. Wills do many things that people of all income groups may find very helpful. Today, we'll go over some of the reasons why establishing a will is important, regardless of one's wealth. 

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