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Do I Need A QDRO For My Divorce?

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In most divorce cases, one significant category of assets divided between spouses are the retirement plans. Retirement and pension plans can vary substantially, and certain types of plans require a separate order as part of the finalized divorce settlement that is known as a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO). At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers… Read More »

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Commingled Property In A Tennessee Divorce

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When a couple divorces, everything that they own is designated as either separate, marital, or commingled property. Identifying commingled property can be one of the most contentious and complicated aspects of property distribution in a Tennessee divorce and requires an experienced divorce attorney to ensure that you are walking away from the marriage with… Read More »

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How To Value A Business In A Tennessee Divorce

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One of the most significant aspects of a Tennessee divorce is the division of assets between the couple. If one or both spouses own a business, it is often the most valuable asset for the family. But how do you determine the value of a company in a divorce? At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers… Read More »

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The Effects Of Substance Abuse On A Tennessee Divorce

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Substance abuse is an issue that affects millions of Americans, and when the issue becomes too much it often leads to divorce. Whether you are filing to divorce someone with substance abuse problems or are suffering yourself with this issue, it is important to understand how this can impact all aspects of your Tennessee… Read More »

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What Are The Best Interests Of The Child?

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In Tennessee divorce cases, whenever a minor child is involved the court uses the “best interests of the child” to make determinations regarding their custody, support, relocation, and other important decisions. But how exactly does the judge determine what the best interests of the child are? At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers our experienced and… Read More »

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What Are The Different Types Of Child Custody?

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Child custody is a complex issue in any divorce, and the different elements of custody can be confusing for parents who simply want the best for their child during this process. In Williamson County, the knowledgeable divorce lawyers at Fort, Holloway, & Rogers are here to help with your child custody matter and every… Read More »

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Potential Signs Of Impending Divorce

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Every divorce is different. While some spouses are caught completely unaware when served with a divorce petition, for many couples there are a number of signs that a divorce is imminent. If you recognize any of the following signs in your relationship with your spouse, it may be time to speak with an experienced… Read More »

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The Types Of Property In A Tennessee Divorce

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In divorce, division of property if often one of the most significant and complex issues.  In Tennessee, property is classified as either separate property or marital property.  Separate property is generally any real property and personal property that was acquired prior to the marriage, or any property gifted or inherited by one party during… Read More »

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Emotional Expectations During Divorce And How To Cope

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Here at Fort, Holloway & Rogers we understand that divorce is a scary and unknown new part of your life. We are here to ensure that you are well taken care of and have all the information you need to make this life change as smooth and stress-free as possible. What are the grounds… Read More »

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Common Issues Faced In A Tennessee Divorce

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Making the decision to divorce your spouse is often one of the most trying and stressful times in a person’s life. Every divorce case is different in Tennessee, but some issues come up more often than others during the settlement process. At Fort, Holloway, & Rogers, our team of dedicated legal professionals is prepared… Read More »

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