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Family Law
 

An introduction to the most pressing matters of family law including marriage, divorce, custody, parenting plans, child support, establishing of paternity and enforcement of court orders. Whether you are currently involved in a family law matter or supporting a loved one through a trying time, this course will equip you with the basic information you need to be successful.



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FamLaw
Cohn School
111
18 - &up Hairston 4/6 - 4/6 Mo 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $0.00 View 4

Key Instruments of Estate Planning
 
Don’t wait to get your estate planning in order! Estate planning is not just about planning for what happens to one's property after death. It’s also about planning for what happens if a person becomes ill or incapacitated. Students will learn about key instruments of estate planning (Living Wills, HIPAA Authorizations, Powers of Attorney for Health Care, Powers of Attorney for Finances, and Wills), why they are important, and how they can bring you and your family peace of mind.

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EPKeyCohn
Cohn School
111
18 - &up Johnson TBD TBD TBD $0.00 View -2
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EPKeyING
Inglewood Elementary
Community Room
18 - &up Johnson TBD TBD TBD $0.00 View 6

Understanding Debt Collection
 

This class will help consumers become aware of their rights in regards to debt collection. Students will leave the class with the confidence to deal with debt collectors in the future.




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Debt101
Wright Middle School
Library Classroom
18 - &up Baugh 4/7 - 4/7 Tu 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM $0.00 View 11

Webinar Wednesdays: Rebuilding Our Small Business Community
 

April 1 Topic: We Need Help Today! A Guide to Available Federal Resources

Instructor: US Small Business Administration

Hear from the US Small Business Administration about resources available now to help your company recover from both the tornado and COVID-19. Instructors will also covers recent changes to state unemployment law that may allow you to restructure and retrain your employees to help ease demand on high-need products.

A Zoom link and meeting information will be emailed 1 hour prior to class.

Webinar Wednesdays: Rebuilding Our Small Business Community 

A partnership between Nashville Community Education, the US Small Business Administration, and the Metro Business Assistance Office.

Each webinar is free to attend. However, advance sign-up is required. Additional information about the specific topic of each class, as well as the instructor, will be released a week in advance of each webinar. Register each week with Nashville Community Education.



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BAOWebinar
Online Access
Inbox
Business Assistance Office 4/1 - 4/1 We 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM $0.00 View 23

Your Rights & Duties as a Renter
 
Interested in learning about your rights and responsibilities as a tenant renting your home from a landlord? Join Legal Aid Society attorneys and paralegals as we discuss relevant housing laws and equip you with the necessary tools for a positive landlord/tenant experience. We will cover the entire rental process from move-in to move-out and focus on common problem areas such as getting repairs done, fighting illegal housing discrimination, and facing the eviction process. You will learn what to expect from your landlord, what they can expect from you, and some tips for what to do if things go wrong.

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RenterRights
Inglewood Elementary
132
18 - &up Dietz 4/14 - 4/14 Tu 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM $0.00 View 8