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How Can Adultery Affect my Divorce in Tennessee?

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There is a reason that so many country songs that are at the top of the charts are about cheating. From the dawn of mankind, unfaithfulness has plagued those in the pursuit of true love, and happily ever after. Unfortunately, many marriages disintegrate due to unfaithfulness on the part of one of the partners…. Read More »

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How to Handle Sentimental Items in Your Divorce

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In divorce cases, there is a lot to plan for and think about. You are, after all, setting yourself up with a springboard into the next chapter of your life. While it is necessary to focus on financial stability as you go through the process of dividing assets and debts as part of your… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Tennessee Divorce

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We will not sugarcoat it: going through a divorce is going to be tough for the vast majority of people. Even if you saw your divorce coming a long time ago, there is still history to sift through. Most people will be dealing with heightened emotions, frustration – and a level of confusion. Most… Read More »

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Does Intention Affect Jurisdiction in a Divorce Case?

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The divorce case of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner continues to make headlines, and continues to offer the opportunity to discuss various principles of family law. This week, the two celebrity’s nationalities are again of pivotal importance: Ms. Turner is a British Actress, Mr. Jonas a musician from the U.S. Because her marriage will… Read More »

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What Impacts the Cost of Divorce Litigation?

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A huge part of what makes divorce a stressful experience is that our clients are living in a state of limbo. Many do not know what their home life will look like after the divorce is final. The process of divorce also, very often, includes the process of looking for new housing, hiring new… Read More »

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Enforcing a Court Order After a Tennessee Divorce

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It comes as no surprise to anyone that divorce is often a long, messy, uncomfortable process. By the time you reach a final divorce decree both you and your ex-spouse are likely relieved, and looking forward to moving forward in your respective lives. However, divorcing spouses should be aware that things do not always… Read More »

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Tips for Navigating Back-to-School for the Newly Divorced

By Fort, Holloway, & Rogers |

You have just gone through a divorce: there was a total upheaval of what “norma” looked like in your household. You may not even still reside in the SAME household. But regardless of whatever turmoil you, your ex, and your kids have gone through, you probably viewed the divorce and custody agreement as the… Read More »

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Are There Benefits To Filing An At-Fault Divorce?

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Once one or both spouses in a relationship have come to the decision to terminate their marriage, the next step that must be taken is for one of the spouses to file for divorce, thereby initiating the required legal process nearly every couple must go through if they wish to dissolve their marriage. Part… Read More »

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Mental Health And Tennessee Divorce

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Every family is impacted by mental health in some way. If you have built a family with an individual suffering from mental health issues, you have experienced first hand what a destructive effect that can take on the family. Under Tennessee law the mental health of individuals can affect decisions in divorce and custody… Read More »

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101: Annulment In Tennessee

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If and when people think about the dissolution of a marriage, it is usually couched in the term “divorce.” There is a good reason for that, as most marriages that come to an end find that dissolution via a divorce decree. However, there are circumstances which warrant the use, instead, of an annulment. Annulments… Read More »

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