February 2020 Archives

How to obtain a liquidation bankruptcy

Tennessee residents and others who are struggling to pay their debts may qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In such a proceeding, a debtor's assets may be sold, and the money that a trustee is able to collect will be used to pay off some or all existing creditors. If there is not enough money to pay off a balance, whatever remains will likely be discharged. There are several criteria that must be met before an individual is allowed to file for liquidation bankruptcy.

Tennessee raises penalties in DUI cases

People accused of drunk driving in Tennessee may face more severe penalties in case of a conviction, especially if they have multiple DUI convictions on their record. The state legislature has revised the criminal penalties associated with drunk driving, with some people facing years in prison as a result. In most cases, sentences are not associated with first-time DUI convictions, but an initial conviction can make it more difficult to avoid incarceration later on.

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