April 2017 - Murfreesboro Attorney
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April 2017

Lora Hortert is a paralegal with Kious, Rodgers, Barger, Holder & King, PLLC. She has been with the firm for nine years, preparing pleadings and correspondence, and working with clients. Lora loves helping others, and feels that the biggest aspect of her role is assisting...

John W. Rodgers received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in 1988 and his law degree from the University of Memphis in 1991. His areas of practice include personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, insurance, corporate and commercial litigation, wills and contracts. Mr. Rodgers was admitted...

State law in Tennessee allows divorce on either fault or no-fault grounds. Irreconcilable differences, and living separately or not cohabiting as spouses (if the couple has no children) for a period of two years or more are considered no-fault grounds. Fault grounds for divorce in Tennessee...