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Not Your Typical Family Law Firm

Divorce and family law issues can put significant stress on your family. In every situation, we seek positive solutions that put you and your family in the best position to move forward with confidence.

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The Legal Help You Need After Injury

An injury can strike out of nowhere. When it does, you can trust the Law Office of Steven C. Girsky to promote your interests and aggressively seek the compensation you need to pay medical bills and lost wages.

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Experienced Help For Your Business

Whether you are just starting out, looking toward the future or faced with potential litigation, your business is too important to trust to less experienced attorneys. The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky has helped businesses in Tennessee and Kentucky succeed through legal challenges for decades.

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Can a non-military spouse keep a military card during a divorce?

When a military marriage faces the tumultuous waters of divorce, numerous aspects require attention and resolution. Among these is the fate of the non-military spouse's military identification card. This small but significant piece of plastic can have a substantial...

4 reasons you might need a divorce decree modification

One challenge of the divorce process is the difficulty of reaching a conclusive settlement agreement. When the judge issues that decree, it is legally binding; you and your spouse must adhere to its stipulations. Sometimes, you might find it necessary to modify the...

What are the adoption requirements in Tennessee?

Adopting a child is a significant and rewarding journey. The Tennessee Department of Children's Services reported in the 2021 to 2022 fiscal year, almost 15,000 children were in the foster system, and of those, 775 had the goal of finding adoptive homes. Anyone...

How military deployment impacts child custody in military divorces

As a military service member, you may feel anxiety when you have primary custody of your children due to possible deployments. You may feel concerned that your former spouse will gain full custody of your children. Therefore, these are some things you should know...

How to have a healthy co-parenting dynamic after your divorce

Going through a divorce comes with extra challenges when you have children. As a parent, you want to support your children's growth and well-being while also moving on from your previous marriage. Successful co-parenting after a divorce is possible with planning,...

Will a Divorce Improve Your Life?

According to the CDC, there were 3.3 divorces per 1,000 Tennessee residents in 2021. Many believe that divorce signifies the end of a relationship, marking a period filled with sorrow and disappointment. Others view it as a gateway to a new phase of life, an...

What are your rights as an unmarried father?

Fatherhood is a precious gift that brings immense joy and responsibility, but what happens when you are an unmarried father? Do you have any legal rights? Will you be able to spend time with your child? Many unmarried fathers are unaware of their legal standing and...

What to do if you think your spouse is hiding assets

In a contentious divorce, it is not uncommon for at least one spouse to try to get more than their fair share during the division of marital property. A particularly malicious individual might even stoop to the act of hiding assets in an attempt to walk away with more...

3 things to know about stepparent adoptions

In the United States, around half of all marriages result in separation or divorce. As a result, blended families with stepparents and stepchildren are quite common. Stepparent adoption is one topic that someone might want to know more about after marrying their...

Co-parenting when parents live in different communities

Co-parenting is not easy, but it is more difficult when you do not live in the same community as your former spouse. Despite your parenting plan and custody agreement, you or your spouse may not have sufficient access and time with your children. Therefore, these are...
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