The HELP4TN blog exists to be a resource to Tennesseans looking for legal information about a variety of topics. These blog posts are written by HELP4TN staff attorneys, unless otherwise noted. These blogs are not intended to be legal advice. Instead, they contain legal information to help you learn about your rights. Read our latest posts:
If you purchase a car in Tennessee and it doesn't work, what are your rights? This blog will help explain the limited use of the Lemon Law.
A will can help make sure that your wishes are carried out after you die. You can learn more about writing wills on this blog.
What happens when someone dies, and how can you make sure that their property is distributed according to their wishes?
The Tennessee Senior Law Alliance can help answer questions about living wills, powers of attorney, and public benefits, as well as many other issues facing older Tennesseans.
Lawyers across the state will be providing free legal advice on April 6 and throughout the month of Apri.
These tips will help you get ready for your court date, especially if you are representing yourself in the case.
Parenting plans tell how two parents will share responsiblity and custody of their children.
Before you purchase a used car, you can learn more about your rights and responsibilities here.
Learn more about utilities in your rental and what a landlord must provide.
When do grandparents have a legal right to see their grandchildren? Tennessee law gives specific reasons when a court may give grandparent custody rights.
The law gives different custody rights to parents depending on if the parents are married or unmarried. Learn more about your rights here.
What is Legal Wellness? Learning about your rights, responsibilities, and free resources in your area can help you protect yourself from legal issues and know when you need a lawyer.
You've been sued, or you know that someone has violated your rights. Now what? Our guide will help you figure out where to find a lawyer.
In October 2018, the VA changed how they calculate income for need-based financial assistance.
Do you know how to spot a scam? Learn more about common scams this year and how to protect yourself.