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Law Offices of Fisher Wise

Your Rights to Retirement Assets

During the property division in a Tennessee divorce, the divorcing couples must distribute their retirement assets, including pension plans and 401(k), between both parties equitably and fairly. However, evaluating and dividing retirement assets can pose different complexities due to the tax and legal implications.
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Finding Hidden Income & Assets

Let’s face it—going through a divorce is hard, even if you’re on relatively good terms with your now ex-spouse. But what happens when you don’t trust them to be honest about their finances? When going through a divorce, it’s essential to have a clear understanding of each other’s financial history for an equitable division of assets.
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Is it Worth it to Fight My DUI Charge?

As a DUI defense attorney in Chattanooga, I often hear people ask, “Should I fight my DUI?” People ask this question when they are not aware of the criminal penalties for DUI and other severe consequences that may adversely affect their personal and professional lives for years to come.
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Should I Appeal My Criminal Case?

Filing an appeal could be your last chance to clear your name and avoid a conviction. That is why you might want to consider speaking with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you present your case to the appellate court in the most convincing manner possible to fight for a favorable resolution.
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Common Misconceptions About DUIs

An accusation of drunk driving can change your life instantly. If you are convicted of DUI in Tennessee, you could be facing heavy fines, driver’s license suspension, or even jail time. With such lasting consequences for you and those you love, it’s important to sort out fact from fiction when it comes to DUI charges.
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How is Tennessee alimony determined?

The courts in Tennessee are directed by two primary sources of law. The first is statutory law created by the Tennessee Legislature. These are the statutes that define the four types of alimony, which help direct courts as to...
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