This edition, in addition to bedrock family law principles, includes statutory and case law updates regarding jurisdiction, alimony, equitable division, business valuation, contempt, attorney fees, visitation, custody and de facto marriage concerns. It also includes updated, revised and new forms.
Hot chicken is a Nashville staple. It’s origin, however, may come from a spicier circumstance…
The history of Nashville Hot Chicken may be a bit murky, but one version is that a philandering beau was made extra spicy chicken one morning by his significant other, seeking to get her revenge for his catting around.
Instead of revenge it started a wave of hot and spicy fried chicken!
While philandering is not recommended, Nashville Hot Chicken is!
Matthew Thompson is a family law attorney and recommends hot chicken, but advises against philandering.