Troy Tyson

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The TLF Blog offers you rich, informative articles in a number of legal subject areas, covering business law, family law, real estate law, and more. The blog is updated weekly with new articles, so check back often for fresh information. If you have questions about any of the articles, or need help with your specific legal issue, please contact us at any time!

**NOTE: This article primarily references Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state. One of the most disconcerting things that can happen to an individual is to receive notice that they have had a judgment entered against them, without their ever being present in court. This is…

**NOTE: This article primarily references Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state. An Overview A license suspension from a court or the Bureau of Motor Vehicles can wreak havoc on a person’s life. It can lead to disruptions in an individual’s work schedule, childcare, attendance at…

**NOTE: This article primarily references Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state. Family court decisions can have a major impact on a person’s life. Matters of paternity, custody, support, visitation, and more are often handled in family courts, and these outcomes can continue to resonate in…

**NOTE: This article primarily references Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state. Introduction Starting a new business can be an exciting, exhilarating process. You’ll have high hopes and aspirations, along with the prospect of delivering a great product or service to people. You might even be…

**NOTE: This article primarily references Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state. A question often asked by parents who are operating under a custody order from a court is, “may I move to another county or state, and take my children with me?” The answer to…

**NOTE: This article references primarily Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state.   Introduction Ideally, children should be able to grow up in a loving home, under the watchful eyes of both of their parents. Sadly, however, this is often not the case. There are many…

**NOTE: This article references primarily Indiana law. Please check the laws of your local jurisdiction if you live in another state. Introduction Being the target of a lawsuit can be a traumatic experience. Even suits over relatively small amounts of money can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety, and the mystery and complexities…

Introduction While many people are familiar with the basic principles of Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy, most do not know much about Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a process whereby a business or a person can reorganize their financial affairs under the bankruptcy laws of the United States. While Chapter 11 bankruptcies are open…

Often, when tenants are evicted or threatened with eviction, they do not know where to turn. Many tenants do not understand the rights they have under the law, and landlords frequently take advantage of this ignorance in dealing with their tenants. All tenants, however, do have rights which a landlord is bound to honor. Knowing…

In a typical divorce, the parties involved will negotiate and come to agreements on important issues such as property division, child custody, financial support, and more. Once an agreement is reached, a written settlement will often be drafted, and a court will approve it. This “divorce decree” will then govern the interactions between the parties…

Determining whether to settle your case or take it to trial is challenging. This video will give you information to help you in that decision!        

One of the most common questions that I receive from clients is, “do I need to show up for my court appearance or hearing?” To a person not involved in a legal matter, this might seem like a silly question, the thinking being, that if one has a court hearing scheduled, then of course they…

Receiving a charge for drunk driving can be a traumatic experience. Whether it is a first charge, or there have been previous incidents, getting slapped with a DUI, OVWI, or other similar violation can completely disrupt a person’s life. The consequences can, and often do, include loss of employment, thousands spent in legal fees and…

Receiving an eviction notice can be confusing and frightening for any tenant. Is there anything you can do about it? Watch this video and learn some defenses you might have to fight your eviction.    

Going to court can be a very stressful event for people. This video will explain some of the things you can do to prepare for the big day, and perhaps alleviate your fear.        

Loaning money to another person is a great act of trust. When a person turns over an amount of their personal resources to another individual, it comes with an expectation that repayment will be made in a timely manner, and in full amount. Sometimes, however, things do not go as planned. What can be done…

Parental separation can be a traumatic experience for all involved. Whether the parents were married, or were simply involved in a relationship, the splitting of two individuals who share children can often cause stress, sadness, and pain. Often in such situations, a custody order is put into place either by a court, or by agreement…

Facing a criminal charge can be frightening and embarrassing. You may be thinking about whether or not you’ll have to go to jail, what your family will think, or how the charges might affect your employment. Being charged with a crime is indeed a serious matter, and it can have a significant impact on a…

We’re all familiar with the American phenomenon of the “big lawsuit”: a major corporation lines up on one side, on the other side are victims of an oil spill (or tobacco smoke or polluted waters or defective products or stolen ideas, etc.), and in between are armies of aggressive lawyers in dark suits, yapping back…

The grandparent-grandchild relationship is a special one. Grandparents can offer wisdom, guidance, love, and fun, while grandchildren often create a sense of joy and optimism. It is a relationship that is mutually beneficial and rewarding. Sadly, in many families, this special relationship is hindered. Often, the parents of a grandchild were never married, and this…

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