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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Securities Law for Tennessee on

Q: Why does a suit that was filed in state court go to Federal court? On a slip and fall, if your witness is the asst

Manager of the store where you had the slip and fall, is that a good thing? He states store was understaffed, therefore, the isles couldn't be checked like they should have, liauod tide was cover the whole isle. They offered 1 million. My attorney thinks it was a misprint? Lord, if I won in Fed... Read more »

Jedidiah "Jed" McKeehan answered on Aug 26, 2018

If you have sued for over $75,000.00, and the entity you have sued has a home office location in another state, that combination of factors is the most likely reason that the case was removed to federal court.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Tennessee on

Q: Can a mother unmarried refuse to let the father sign the birth certificate?

Jedidiah "Jed" McKeehan answered on Aug 26, 2018

The answer to this question is, yes.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Tennessee on

Q: If someone divorce you while incarcerate do you have to sign the paper and if you dont sign them what can happen

Jedidiah "Jed" McKeehan answered on Aug 26, 2018

No, you do not have to sign the papers, but if a judge deems that you have been properly served, then they are able to get divorced without your approval.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Family Law for Tennessee on

Q: Do you legally have to take a house key to your spouse when they lock themselves out during a divorce?

I had to pick my father up from his house due to his wife being intoxicated and verbally abusive. She was left in the house. Now she is demanding we bring her a house key because she left the house and locked herself out, along with bringing the Truck(martial property) to her. I have offered to... Read more »

Jedidiah "Jed" McKeehan answered on Aug 26, 2018

No, you do not have to take her a key.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for Tennessee on

Q: Is the insurance stopped on the day of divorce in court

Jedidiah "Jed" McKeehan answered on Aug 26, 2018

So if the divorce documentation says that it is supposed to stop, then that is what is supposed to happen, but you will need to contact your insurance providers to ensure that such occurs.

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