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219 3rd Avenue NorthUSTennesseeFranklin37064
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"I highly recommend his services."
"Adrian H Altshuler is the finest lawyer I have met."
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brad morley
2 years ago
Adrian H Altshuler is the finest lawyer I have met. I had a domestic assault charge filed against me. I am an avid outdoors man and have a successful business. If I were to be found guilty of the domestic assault charge my guns would be gone and probably my reputation in the business community hurt. Adrian's understanding of my situation, aggressiveness and knowledge of the law caused the domestic assault charge to be dismissed. I felt confident about my situation from the moment I retained him. He is a great lawyer and I strongly recommend him! Brad M.
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Marie Hutchinson
3 years ago
After 18 years of marriage, my husband filed for divorce. We had 3 minor children. I am thankful I turned to Adrian Altshuler for representation. He obtained an outcome for me that I could not believe possible. I would recommend him to anyone in a divorce action.
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Peter Marcum
2 years ago
Adrian's knowledge of domestic relations law is superior. I highly recommend his services. Peter M
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Mike Edwards
3 years ago
Mr. Altshuler is a great attorney. Always takes phones calls. He always has his clients best interest in mind.

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In the summer of 2016 (July 1, 2016, to be exact) there were four new DUI laws that took effect in Tennessee. One of those laws, which was intended to change the age group to which the offense of underage driving while impaired from ages 16-21-years-old, to ages 16-18-years old, and it was to give judges the authority to order the issuance of a restricted license, including an ignition interlock device to those drivers aged 16-18-years old who were convicted of driving while impaired.
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Couples who marry today have a roughly 40 to 50 percent chance of getting divorced, (for first marriages) so while divorce seems like something that happens to other people, many who are married may face it at some point. While going through a divorce is usually more traumatic than you think it will be and will take longer than you ever thought it would, if you have come to that point where divorce is inevitable there are a few things you can do to prepare yourself.

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There will come a time when divorce gets real for you and things might be a bit more challenging than you had bargained for. Divorce can be adversarial and it will bring out aspects of your spouse’s character that you may not have seen before. When you agree to divorce and you set off on that path, there will be many things that will be difficult for you to accept including the following:
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Adversarial, chaotic divorces are the stuff of legend these days. The sacred contract between two people is also a civil contract, which could be ended in a business-like manner, but that is rarely what happens. People’s emotions tend to rule the day in divorce unless the two decide to try a different approach.
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When Tennessee couples with children divorce, they create (sometimes on their own, sometimes with lawyers, sometimes by ruling from a judge) a parenting plan. The basic format of the plan is supplied by the TN courts, and must be used for the creation of a new plan, or to modify an existing one. We point out that the courts supply this piece of documentation because any time you want to change an Order, you have to go through the courts to do it.

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The decision to end a marriage is always a tough one, even if both spouses are in agreement. After all, no one gets married in the hopes of one day getting a divorce. Over the years, we’ve found that there are certain indicators that a couple is ready to divorce, or at least ready to start thinking of it as a real, possible option. Every couple is, of course, different; but the more common signs that you might be ready to end your marriage include: #‎divorce‬ ‪#‎marriage‬ ‪#‎divorceattorney‬
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We are proud to announce that on August 22,2016, Justin Hight, one of our finest Gladiators, was sworn into United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee. He joins Rocky and Steve Fifield as a member of our team who can take your case all the way to Federal Court if that means it will lead to justice for you.
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You are driving along I-65 late on a Friday evening. You might have had a beer or two while you watched the game, but you are by no means drunk, or so you believe. The next thing you know, you see those flashing blue lights and hear the chirp of a police cruiser pulling you over. Although you are nervous about being stopped so late at night by the side of the highway, you still feel pretty confident that you are going to be fine. The officer very cheerfully asks for your paperwork, which you gladly hand over.

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If you have been convicted of DUI in Tennessee, one of the penalties is that you can lose your driving privileges for one year. That means that you would be unable to drive your car to get back and forth to work, to school if you are a college student, to the doctor’s office and picking up and dropping off your children at school. The loss of driving privileges may jeopardize your employment, and would definitely make your life a bit more challenging.
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Child custody disputes where neither side is willing to give an inch, and the child is caught in the middle are almost always counter-productive and the child ends up losing the most. When a contentious divorce includes a custody battle, it can have far-reaching, negative implications for all concerned.
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There have been a lot of changes (and proposed changes) to the DUI laws in Tennessee in the last year. Because of that, people who have been charged with a DUI have been asking us a lot of questions lately about the laws, the penalties and the fines. That is why we collected a list of these common questions, so we could give you a rundown of exactly what the laws are, and the possible consequences you might face if you are convicted of a DUI.

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Tennessee has a lot of colleges, trade schools and universities. That means we have a lot of college “kids” running around the state at any given time of the year. Now, we say “kids” because most of these students are at least 18 years of age, which makes them adults in the eyes of the law – and that could mean you face harsher penalties, or more life-changing consequences, than you would face if you were still a legal minor.
‪#‎college‬ ‪#‎sexualassault‬ ‪#‎criminaldefenseattorneys‬
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