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Steps to Follow in Filing a High-asset Divorce

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With more money, there are usually more things to worry about. There is just generally more: more paperwork, more red tape, more to manage and be aware of. So it stands to reason that some of the most complicated divorce cases are high-asset divorces. They are often complicated, often messy, and throwing the emotion… Read More »

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Spousal Inheritance and the Elective Share

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One of the most controversial works left behind by William Shakespeare is actually not Macbeth, nor any other elaborate poetry or drawn-out scene. Shakespeare’s most controversial work may very well be his own last will and testament – finalized merely a month before his death. The will specifies that various items be left to… Read More »

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Top Ways to Defend Against a Custody Modification Request

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The thought of your child’s other parent attempting to change the current custody or visitation schedule may be totally overwhelming. Settling custody disputes is often the most contentious aspect of any split, and it is often a huge relief when that hurdle is in the rear-view mirror. So what happens when, again, your life… Read More »

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What Judges Look at: Child Custody Determinations

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Nothing can make a parent feel more powerless than the idea of losing access to their child. Many parents even choose to stay in bad marriages, simply because they cannot bear the thought of the turmoil that their child may go through in the case of a divorce. Or the thought of losing access… Read More »

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FAQs about Paternity in Tennessee

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It is truly something to marvel at, the call to action that parent’s feel when they sense that their child is threatened. This is not something reserved solely for mankind either. All throughout the animal kingdom you will find parents living solely for their children. Giving their lives for their children. When you consider… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Open Adoption in Tennessee

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There are many ways that families come to be. Adoption can be a wonderful way to bring a child into a loving home, and to expand a family. If you are deciding whether to pursue adoption, there will be several important decisions to be made. One of those decisions will be whether you want… Read More »

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When the Court Appoints a Guardian ad Litem in Tennessee

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A Guardian ad Litem in Tennessee is defined as “a lawyer appointed by the court to advocate for the best interests of a child….” The definition goes on to state that the Guardian ad Litem’s Role is also “to ensure that the child’s concerns and preferences are effectively advocated”. TN. R. S. Ct. 40…. Read More »

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How is Alimony Determined in Tennessee?

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If you are headed into divorce proceedings, one of the burning questions on your mind might very well be about alimony. Will you receive alimony payments? Will you be required to PAY alimony to your former spouse? How much support are we talking about here? Are you going to have to change your lifestyle?… Read More »

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Divorce in the Social Media Age

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It is no secret that social media has changed many things in our society. Even twenty years ago, few would suspect how drastically different a person’s ability to reach others would be today, or how easily (even accidentally) a person’s life might be chronicled on social media. One key place that many do not… Read More »

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Could Couples Lose the Option to File a No-Fault Divorce in Tennessee?

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No-fault divorce is a great option for many couples. Sometimes a marriage just does not work out. Or, Even if one spouse is more “at-fault” and the couple would qualify for divorce under a separate ground, a couple might still file a no-fault divorce just to retain privacy. However, a more conservative political trend… Read More »

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