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What is arbitration?

Alternative dispute resolution refers to the various means of settling legal disputes without going to court. Arbitration is one of those methods, and Tennessee residents may find themselves arbitrating many different legal matters instead of taking them to court. From consumer claims to employment complaints, arbitration is often built into agreements and contracts promulgated by businesses.

Creating your LLC operating agreement can prevent confusion

As you have probably figured out by now, a lot of paperwork goes into starting your own business. Even when you think you have the basics down and are ready to start operations, you will likely still have paperwork to fill out and file to ensure that your new business operates correctly.

Problems that may prevent closing on a residential home

It can take years for a Tennessee family to pull together enough money to buy their own house. Owning a home comes with many responsibilities, but before a person can call a residence their own, they must find a way to pay for it, negotiate the purchase and close on the deal. Getting to closing can take a long time, and unfortunately, there are a number of problems that can come up that can derail a family's purchase of a home.

Why should you consider the benefits of a prenuptial agreement?

When a Tennessee couple is engaged, they are probably not thinking about what will happen if their marriage ends in divorce someday. While this may seem like an entirely unromantic and unnecessary thought for you in this moment, it is actually beneficial to consider your future and how you can protect yourself. One way you can do this is by drafting a prenuptial agreement.

Proactive employment law strategies for Tennessee businesses

Entities that offer goods and services to customers throughout Tennessee often employ sales people, service technicians and a host of other employment professionals to assist them in reaching the corporate objectives. These employees are an integral part of many businesses' success and form the backbone of their employers' production capacity. To this end, many businesses see maintaining good employer-employee relations as a necessary component to keeping their doors open.

What can a creditor say in a demand letter?

When a person agrees to borrow money from another person or entity and promises that they will pay it back, they effectively take out a loan from the individual that extended them the cash. The individual who takes the money is known as the borrower, and the person or entity that gave them the money is the lender or creditor. Transactions like this happen all over Tennessee each and every day, and when borrowers successfully comply with the terms of their loans, they may eventually pay back their lenders.

Identifying wrongful terminations in the workplace

It is not uncommon for Tennessee residents to change jobs many times over the course of their careers. Whereas, in the past, a person may stay with the same employer for the full tenure of their working life, now individuals find new opportunities and move with much more frequency. Because new jobs may entice them into new positions of employment, workers may choose to leave their jobs on their own conditions and terms.

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