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          5240 Mendenhall Park Place, Memphis, TN  38115


Its REDBIRD time again!
 

Once again Universal has redbird tickets available for all home games.  We are excited to support our local Triple A Cardinal Affiliate and look forward to seeing YOU at the games!  The tickets are first come, so if you see a game you would like to attend, just give us a shout. 

 

One and Done
Understanding what you can say to a third party
By Anne Rosso May

      http://online.collector.com/collectormagazine/201604/#/18

Bankruptcy and Spouses

Bankruptcy is a complex process that affects the rights
of not only the petitioner and her creditors, but also other
interested parties including spouses and ex-spouses.
Questions often arise regarding the rights of a non-filing
spouse when debt is discharged in the other spouse’s
bankruptcy proceeding. The effect of a bankruptcy on
the non-filing spouse will vary depending on the marital
property laws of the state in which the bankruptcy is
filed as well as the type of bankruptcy utilized. 
Community Property
Because the rights of filing and non-filing spouses varies
depending on state marital property laws, it is important
to understand the concept of community property.
Community property includes real estate, tangible assets,
and earnings of both spouses acquired during the
marriage. Community property does not include assets
acquired by either spouse by gift or inheritance and does
not include assets owned prior to the marriage. Like
community property, all debts incurred by either spouse
during the marriage are considered community debts,
thus, each spouse is equally liable for debts of the
marriage.

Follow the link below for full article

http://www.acainternational.org/files.aspx?p=/images/33250/2338bankruptcyandspouses.pdf

Community Involment

We offer programs & services in three major areas to help end child abuse and family violence.

CHILD ABUSE & FAMILY VIOLENCE

We address issues of family violence and how it affects both children and adults. Our staff helps families learn how to identify and deal with family violence while offering clients a protected venue for child visitations

PARENTING EDUCATION

Through parenting education, we address the conflicts that arise from stressful parenting situations and divorce.

ANGER MANAGEMENT

We address the issue of anger and explore alternative problem-solving skills, communication skills, the causes of anger, and reactions to anger as well as its aftereffects

The Exchange Club of Memphis
2180 Union Avenue • Memphis, TN info@exchangeclub.net
(901) 276-2200

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis (BGCM) is all about creating opportunities for children through after-school education. We serve nearly 4,000 members between the ages of 6 and 18 each year by providing the fun experiences and critical guidance kids need to build bright futures.

Through a variety of academic and recreational programs, BGCM empowers members to make productive use of their time and wise decisions in their lives. It’s how we’re opening doors for Memphis kids every day, at the positive place for kids.

Be a Part of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis Join All boys and girls ages 6 through 18 may join. The parent or guardian will need to fill out a membership application available at a Club near you. Members are free to come and go as they choose and membership dues are kept low, so anyone can afford to join—or even work to earn their membership. Join now!

 

 

A warthog hits this lady and the husband calls 911.

The operator asks, "Where are you at"?

The husband replies, "I'm on Eucolipstic Road."

The operator asks, "Can you spell that for me?"

"Well... I'll just drag her over to Oak so you can you pick her up there?"

 

When you have the weight of the world on your shoulders and need to talk to us about one of your consumers:

Call Donna Strickland
at 901-869-2633
Or Terry  Lewis
at 901-869-2631.

This will keep your call from going to a floor collector and expedite your service.
Thanks,
Eddie