Family Law & Criminal Defense Attorneys
    • "Foster-First" Adoption in Tennessee

      So, you’ve decided you’re ready to become a parent and are considering adoption. Congratulations! Choosing to adopt is an exciting decision, and you are likely feeling happy, eager, — and probably at ...

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    • Why Do I Need an Adoption Lawyer?

      Choosing to expand your family through adoption can be an extremely joyous decision, but the process is often long, difficult, and complex. Even if you think you know what to expect, the adoption ...

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    • Getting Your Ex to Pay for Your Attorney

      Divorce cases can be emotionally and financially draining. Sometimes, the parties in a divorce case are not on equal footing when it comes to economic resources. To avoid the prejudices that may arise ...

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    • Do I Have to Force My Children to Visit Their Other Parent?

      Co-parenting with a former spouse might seem like an unending challenge and, if your children are refusing to visit their other parent, this can further complicate the situation and potentially put ...

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    • 4 Tips for Sharing Halloween with Your Co-Parent

      Unlike Thanksgiving, Halloween might not have been among the list of holidays you and your former spouse fought over during your divorce, so if this spooky holiday was not addressed in your parenting ...

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    • Sharing Custody and Planning Visits Over the Holidays

      The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and gratitude to be spent with family and friends, but they might not feel so joyful if you’re worried about whether or not you’ll spend time with your ...

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    • Contempt of Court for Missing Child Support Payments

      The duty to pay adequate financial support to provide for the needs of a child applies to all parents. Although child support disputes typically stem from divorce proceedings, this duty does not arise ...

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    • Getting Your Ex to Pay for Your Attorney

      Divorce cases can be emotionally and financially draining. Sometimes, the parties in a divorce case are not on equal footing when it comes to economic resources. To avoid the prejudices that may arise ...

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    • Types of Drug Charges and Consequences in Tennessee

      5 Types of Charges Drug charges are no laughing matter in Tennessee, and if you are facing any one of the charges below, you’ll need to act fast. Depending on the charges you face, you may be able to ...

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    • What Are the Penalties for Shoplifting If You're Under 18?

      In most cases, legal penalties are generally less harsh for minors, but can vary depending on factors such as scale of the crime and previous criminal record. A shoplifting charge is no different. In ...

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    • What You Need to Know Before Your Preliminary Hearing

      A preliminary hearing is an official appointment with the court that determines whether or not the State has a case. Commonly referred to as the “trial before the trial,” the preliminary hearing is ...

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    • Can You Modify a Parenting Plan?

      Can You Modify a Parenting Plan? If your current parenting plan does not suit the needs or schedule of all parties involved, you can return to court to request a modification. However, the request ...

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    • Do I Have to Force My Children to Visit Their Other Parent?

      Co-parenting with a former spouse might seem like an unending challenge and, if your children are refusing to visit their other parent, this can further complicate the situation and potentially put ...

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    • Why You Should Not Use an Online Divorce Service

      The internet plays a substantial role in our lives. Many of us pay our bills online, manage investment accounts, and even pay our rent all with the click of a button. With such a heavy reliance on the ...

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  • DUI
    • What To Do After a DUI Arrest

      If you were recently arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you need to act fast to defend your rights. The consequences of a DUI can be life-changing, especially if someone was ...

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    • Contempt of Court for Missing Child Support Payments

      The duty to pay adequate financial support to provide for the needs of a child applies to all parents. Although child support disputes typically stem from divorce proceedings, this duty does not arise ...

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    • Getting Your Ex to Pay for Your Attorney

      Divorce cases can be emotionally and financially draining. Sometimes, the parties in a divorce case are not on equal footing when it comes to economic resources. To avoid the prejudices that may arise ...

      Read More
    • Do I Have to Force My Children to Visit Their Other Parent?

      Co-parenting with a former spouse might seem like an unending challenge and, if your children are refusing to visit their other parent, this can further complicate the situation and potentially put ...

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    • Attorney G. Michael Casey Wins AIOFLA 10 Best in Tennessee Client Satisfaction Award

      If you are looking for a top-rated attorney in Tennessee, look no further than Attorney G. Michael Casey of Casey, Simmons & Bryant, PLLC. For more than a decade, Attorney Casey has been making a ...

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    • Attorney G. Michael Casey Selected to NADC Nation's Top Attorneys 2017

      The National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC) has been rating, reviewing, and recognizing the country’s best legal professionals for years. The organization uses its own multistage ...

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    • How To Tell If You're Headed for Divorce: 3 Potential Signs

      Now that the afterglow of the holiday season has vanished and people are getting back to reality, you and your spouse may be coming to the realization that you do not want to spend another year ...

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