You and your spouse have reached the conclusion that divorcing is the only viable option to resolving ongoing marital conflict. Now, you are faced with the very difficult task of telling your children what is going to happen and then doing your best to help them cope with the changes that will be taking place. Most likely, throughout the legal process in Tennessee, courts will make important decisions about the future of your children only after considering their best interests.
You have just finished pitching a brilliant business idea to your colleagues. This particular vision has the potential to attract many consumers if you leverage your resources the right way. Now, you are faced with the task of protecting your concept and keeping sensitive information classified so no one can wrongfully replicate your idea. At Fidelis Law, PLLC, we have helped entrepreneurs in Tennessee navigate the legalities as they work to safekeep their intellectual assets.
The key element behind most nonprofit organizations is a desire to give back to the community or those in need. Most nonprofit organizations are socially minded, though the 501(c)(3) designation can apply to different groups, including churches, unincorporated associations, trusts and foundations. In layman terms, many people refer to 501(c)(3)’s as charitable organizations.