Tennessee Burial Laws (or the Lack Thereof)

By Jedidiah McKeehan My father-in-law and I were chatting recently about where someone he knew was planning on being buried and I commented that I had heard that someone I knew had just been buried on some property their family owned wrapped in some old blankets.  I think the thought process was that it was […]

Do step-parents have visitation rights?

By Jedidiah McKeehan Step-parents sit in unique situations.  They are in a relationship with someone who has a child who is not their own, and by being in a relationship with this person, they have become a step-parent to this child who is not their own, and may never be their own. Let’s run through […]

You are the legal guardian of your children

By Jedidiah McKeehan Whether you realize this or not, if you have children under the age of 18 years of age, then under Tennessee law you are considered those children’s guardian. This is a different determination from having custody of a child, being someone’s guardian means that are responsible for a child’s care, nurture, welfare, […]

What Does Tennessee Law Say About Nudist Colonies?

  By Jedidiah McKeehan I know the question that has been burning in your mind.  It’s like an itch that you have needed scratched for a long time.  Well I am here to answer your question and scratch that itch.  What is the question that has been gnawing in your mind and keeping you up […]

Why Do They Call It a Durable Power of Attorney?

  By Jedidiah McKeehan A power of attorney is a document executed by someone who desires to have individuals have the power to complete tasks for them while they are still alive. Someone who has a power of attorney for you, can access bank accounts, file tax returns, participate in lawsuits, among other things on […]

Privileged Communication Between Attorney and Client

By Jedidiah McKeehan One of the most important and secretive relationships in the world is that of an attorney and their client.  An attorney can almost never divulge what a client tells to them to anyone. Even though communications between an attorney and their client are considered, “privileged,” I have found that some clients will […]

Why you should not avoid jury duty

By Jedidiah McKeehan Every few months I get a phone call from someone I know telling me that they have gotten summoned for jury duty and asking me how they can get out of it. My answer is always the same:  you should not try to avoid jury duty if at all possible. Here are […]

When You Are Sued By a Bill Collector, Who Is Their Witness?

  By Jedidiah McKeehan At some point in your life you may have gotten a little too fast and loose with using your credit card and racked up bills that you could not afford to pay.  Or perhaps you got a medical bill and have gotten behind on your payments.  Eventually, the entity to which […]

How Phone Calls, Texts, Emails and Posts Will Get You in Trouble

By Jedidiah McKeehan I seem to have a recurring conversation with clients who I have been hired to represent, particularly in family law matters. I tell them that whatever they say in person or on the phone, and whatever they text, email or post on Facebook, will most certainly be played or projected on the […]

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