Dec 20

Susan Hinsley selected as Fellow of the Memphis Bar Foundation

Partner Susan Hinsley was selected as a  fellow of the Memphis Bar Foundation this week.

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Dec 15

Gail Sevier and Anne Hamer to speak at Annual Seminar

Gail Sevier and Anne Hamer were selected to present at the Memphis Bar Association's Annual Family Law CLE on December 16, 2021. 

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Nov 16

Attorney Rachel Simmons Joins Tennessee Bar

On November 16, 2021, our newest attorney Rachel Simmons was sworn in as a member of the Tennessee Bar.

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Nov 11

Coparenting During the Holidays

Anne Johnson and Kimery Irby discuss solutions to common coparenting issues that can arise during the holidays.

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Sep 22

Collaborative Law 101: The Family Neutral

Kimery Irby and Susan Hinsley discuss the role of the Family Neutral in the Collaborative Process.

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Sep 13

BSHR Welcomes Rachel Simmons to the Team

 Ms. Simmons is a 2021 graduate of the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys school of Law, where she was a member of the Moot Court Board and was on the competitive Duberstein Moot Court travel team. 

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Jul 14

Guide to Guardianships and Conservatorships

the #FreeBritney movement culminated recently in an urgent plea in Los Angeles Superior Court, made by Ms. Spears herself, requesting an end to the conservatorship that has reportedly allowed Britney’s father to assume control of every aspect of her life for over a decade. 

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Jun 01
Feb 05

Hall and Fyke Prevail at Tennessee Supreme Court

BSHR attorneys Abigail Hall and Elizabeth Fyke again prevailed on behalf of their client at the Tennessee Supreme Court.  Justice Sharon G. Lee authored the unanimous opinion released today,  In re Mattie L. 


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Apr 15

Hall Secures Appellate Victory in Termination Case

BSHR Attorney Abigail Hall prevailed on behalf of her client this week when the Western District of the Tennesssee Court of Appeals issued its opinion, In Re Mattie L., restoring her client's right to parent his child following the termination of those rights at an October 2018 trial.

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