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October 2016 Archives

Enforcing an alimony obligation through a wage garnishment

When you and your ex-spouse establish your alimony agreement in Clarksville, you may initially feel confident that he or she will fulfill that obligation. Many of those that we here at Runyon and Runyon work with may have had that same confidence, only to end up struggling financially due to months and months of unpaid spousal support. If that accurately describes that situation that you are currently in, you should know that you do have resources to help collect alimony arrears. One such resource is a wage garnishment.

Detailing stepparent visitation rights in Tennessee

For many in Clarksville, the opportunity to start a family may not present itself during their first marriages, but rather their second. Oftentimes, one may enter into a second marriage with a spouse who already has children. In fact, data shared by the National Stepfamily Resource Center shows that 12.3 percent of American children under the age of 18 that live in a two-parent household are part of a stepfamily. During his or her marriage, a stepparent may easily grow to love his or her stepchildren just as though they were his or her own. If his or her marriage were to end, the question of whether or not he or she has any rights in relation to visitation will likely surface.

Visitation after grandchildren are removed from parental custody

As a grandparent in Clarksville, your love for your grandchildren may be uninfluenced by any actions between them and their parents. Many of those in your same situation who have seen such actions result in the children being removed from the home often come to us here at Runyon and Runyon still wanting to maintain their relationships with them.

Financial abuse connected to domestic violence

Many in Clarksville may find it difficult to comprehend why the victims of domestic violence do not immediately leave (or in some cases, even refuse to seek prosecution for) their abusers. Yet statistics show that such cases are not all that uncommon. Data shared by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation shows that off all domestic violence cases reported between 2012-2014, 22,595 victims refused to cooperate in the prosecution of their abusers. Many believe that countless other cases go unreported altogether.

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