Articles Posted in Tennessee

Andy Goldstein Selected to 2023 Mid-South Rising Stars
Cole Law Group, PC

Cole Law is proud to announce that Managing Shareholder Andy Goldstein has been selected to the Super Lawyers 2023 Mid-South Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in Tennessee are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a…

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Am I Eligible for an Annulment in Tennessee?
Andy Goldstein

Am I Eligible for an Annulment in Tennessee?? When a couple seeks to end their marriage in Tennessee, the termination of the marriage is generally accomplished through divorce. The divorce process usually commences with one spouse filing for divorce in a Tennessee court of competent jurisdiction. Once the divorce litigation is initiated, it will progress…

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“Working From Home” The Nashville Way 
Cole Law Group, PC

Is Operating a Business Out of Your Home Illegal in Nashville?  With over 1,600 home-based businesses operating in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, could it be true that many of them are illegal?¹ Section 17.16.250 of Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws that governs residential zoning ordinances contains a provision regarding “home occupations”.²…

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Tennessee’s New Covid-19 Law and Its Impact on Enforcement of Mandates
Andy Goldstein

On November 12, 2021, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed a new law addressing several issues related to the response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and COVID-19 vaccinations. The new law became effective immediately upon being signed by Gov. Lee on November 12, 2021. Among other things, the new law significantly curtails…

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Property Distribution According to Tennessee’s Intestacy Laws
Hailey Ragsdale, Law Clerk to the Firm

“Where there’s no will, there’s no say” Approximately 60% of Americans are said to die “intestate”.1 Simply put, this means that the deceased individual (i.e. the “decedent”) did not create a legally valid and enforceable will during his or her lifetime. Nevertheless, the decedent’s estate must be distributed in some manner. In general, most state…

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