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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Real Estate Law for Tennessee on
Q: Does a Survivorship interest lien on my Tenancy by the Entirety held home (with my spouse) go away with sale of home?

There was a lien filed against my survivorship interest in my Tenancy By The Entirety held home (with my spouse) over a judgment against only me. If we sell our home, does the survivorship interest lien go away since no one “died”, or does it have to be paid to clear the title even though it... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Small Claims for Tennessee on
Q: My roommate moved out, didn’t pay the last month rent and left most of stuff behind. What is the law in TN ?

Ex roommate stated she would remove the items on two separate dates but hasn’t shown up.

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Tennessee on
Q: Is a judge allowed to remove you as plantiff in a divorce and then offer it to defendant

I filed for divorce during the trial the judge said he refused my petition and then asked if the defendant wanted 5o be the plaintiff and awarded her the divorce

0 Answers | Asked in Domestic Violence for Tennessee on
Q: I just specified where I was from, & parties involved were from. I asked for and told you where & getting NJ laywers. Du

I just msgd you people, you're already giving me wrong information, thanks. Are you that stupid??

0 Answers | Asked in Domestic Violence for Tennessee on
Q: I just specified where I was from, but the parties involved I'm asking for and told you where, & getting NJ lawyers, duh

I just msgd you people, you're already giving me wrong information, thanks

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Internet Law for Tennessee on
Q: Anonymous internet stalker/bully/harassment, filing false CPS claims…. Can I seek legal action? Where do I begin?

Long story short, for a few years I have had an anonymous person all over my social media, harassing myself and my children… False accusations, lies, defamation, sick claims against me…. And they have gone as far as to file claims with CPS, all of which were investigated, interviewed, tested,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Probate for Tennessee on
Q: Should my lawyers be billing me thousands of dollars for their time as they handle the probate for my deceased brother?

My brother owned a house in Salton City, CA

Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Jan 16, 2022

Probating estates in California is very expensive. There lawyers do not bill by the hour the way they usually do in Tennessee. Instead they bill according to a statutory fee schedule that is based upon a percentage of the value of the assets. Probates in California are close to the most... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Support for Tennessee on
Q: Hi, I was wanting to know if I could start a business while I'm paying my back child support.

In 2 years it will be under $9,000.

Thank you in advance

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Tennessee on
Q: How do I file a complaint and a motion to disqualify a GAL?

I am a victim of abuse (verbal/some physical) my kids were taken by my father in sept temporarily to help me to get out of the situation. The GAL in my case is known to prolong cases that are unnecessary. I have completed everything in the court order, Our court dates were 10/4, 11/15.& 12/16... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Traffic Tickets and Constitutional Law for Tennessee on
Q: I’m wondering about the return of a license and the return of a registration due to the personal use non buisness

Travel to point a to b. I have seen this in California done and is seen not often at all it’s 100% legal and 120% arguable

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Tennessee on
Q: My heats been broken for ten days in winter. Am I eligible to not pay rent this month?

They have been notified several times

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for Tennessee on
Q: My dad's life insurance policy. His wife, myself, and my sister are listed as primary beneficiaries.

if wife passes before policy is cashed out; who is entitled to her part of the life insurance?

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jan 13, 2022

More than likely the Wife's Will Beneficiaries or her Next Of Kin. But there may be alternative beneficiary designations. In any event the Policy Beneficiaries may need a lawyer to make a claim on that Policy.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law for Tennessee on
Q: I was promised a signing bonus and still have a screenshot of the original job posting that says that. I was told on my

Original interview that i would get 250 at the beginning and an additional 500 at the end, equaling 750 like the job posting says. The interviewer sold the job to me that way and said just come work with us for 2 months til we close and you will receive a signing bonus plus severance pay and your... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Tax Law for Tennessee on
Q: How long after a redemption motion is signed by judge do they have to send the order to redeem money

I bought a tax sale home Memphis Tennessee they redeemed their property with only the motion signed by the judge for redemption how long do they have to file for delinquishing my money back from the redeemed property

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