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Divorce: Should I Leave The Marital Home?

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Often, divorce is a last-resort. By the time you come to the crossroads of deciding whether to dissolve your marriage, you have likely shouldered many a straw that should have broken the camel’s back. In the course of your marriage, you have likely dedicated years of your life, attention, efforts, and emotions into another… Read More »

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Hidden Assets And Incomes In A Tennessee Divorce

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As a marriage dissolves, so must its assets be distributed between the parties. In some cases, this is a relatively straightforward process. However, in divorce, sometimes it is wise to expect the unexpected. In divorces that deal with high-asset values it is not uncommon for one spouse to try to hide assets from the… Read More »

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“Bird Nesting” What’s The Buzz About, And Is It Right For Your Family?

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Divorce is hard for all of the parties involved. From the very beginning, parents have recognized that children can pay a disproportionately high price when their parents’ marriage dissolves. Their young minds have to come to terms with their parents no longer being together, and will very likely have to leave their family home…. Read More »

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Penalties For Hiding Assets In A Divorce

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One of the biggest issues in many Tennessee divorce cases is the distribution of marital property between spouses. In some cases, a spouse may attempt to hide assets in order to walk away from the marriage with more than they are entitled to. However, spouses caught hiding assets can face serious consequences, both civilly… Read More »

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Grounds To Appeal A Child Custody Case

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Child custody is often one of the most emotional and difficult issues for parents to determine in a Tennessee divorce. If the matter has to go to trial to resolve, oftentimes it is the judge or a jury who decides the outcome, but they do not always get the decision right. If you find… Read More »

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Can I Afford To Get Divorced If I’m Not Working?

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In many families, one spouse works and earns an income while the other spouse supports the family at home. When the non-working spouse wishes to get a divorce, one of the biggest questions is whether they can afford to end their marriage. At Fort, Holloway & Rogers our experienced Franklin divorce attorneys are here… Read More »

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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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