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Why You Shouldn’t Badmouth Your Spouse during a Divorce

Divorce proceedings aren’t easy. These high-stress and contentious procedures can often have a negative impact on the mental state of the parties involved. It is not uncommon for spouses to feel unloved, hurt, angry, stressed, disappointed and resentful. People going through divorces often seek support from those around them and in doing so end up … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Badmouth Your Spouse during a Divorce

Essential Steps You Should Take Before Filing for Divorce

Filing for divorce is not just about submitting your complaint to the court. There are many issues involved, and you need to prepare well to handle them. Some of the issues include your future relationship with your spouse and children, finances, the stress involved, and matters to do with child support and custody among others. … Continue reading Essential Steps You Should Take Before Filing for Divorce

Finding the Right Divorce Lawyer to Help You Handle Your Divorce

Going through a divorce can be a challenging time. You may be experiencing a flurry of emotions and possibly anxiety about what will happen from this point onwards. The thought of change can be daunting and intimidating, and the last thing you want to think about is the paperwork and legal procedures that lie ahead. … Continue reading Finding the Right Divorce Lawyer to Help You Handle Your Divorce

Family Law Attorney: 10 Things I Wish I’d Known Earlier

Hiring the right lawyer to represent your case in family matters is important since you are dealing with personal issues. When it comes to situations like divorce, adoption, child custody, and support, it is natural to be more sensitive to divulging details about them. However, these cases can be complicated and difficult to handle without … Continue reading Family Law Attorney: 10 Things I Wish I’d Known Earlier

Does it matter who is at fault in a divorce?

Overview of the grounds for divorce in the Tennessee Courts Tennessee has two different types of divorces: Uncontested divorce which is normally based on irreconcilable differences and contested divorce which requires proof of grounds for a divorce. Irreconcilable differences divorce requires that both parties agree to the divorce, and both parties agree to wait ninety … Continue reading Does it matter who is at fault in a divorce?

Do I Have To Comply with My Parenting Plan During COVID-19

Do I Have To Comply with My Parenting Plan During COVID-19 Tennessee’s schools are closed for the rest of the school year. Many families are trying to adjust their schedules and have questions surrounding their parenting plan during this pandemic. How does the pandemic affect my parenting plan? Parents are encouraged to follow the school-year … Continue reading Do I Have To Comply with My Parenting Plan During COVID-19

Tips For A Healthy Divorce

Great Article @ https://www.chicagoparent.com/learn/general-parenting/how-to-have-a-healthy-divorce/ Please read some tips from the article below. Tips for parents on the brink of divorce Find therapy or counseling. It doesn’t have to be about reconciliation, but rather how to best navigate a separation. It helps to have an objective third person, preferably with a mental health background, to help define … Continue reading Tips For A Healthy Divorce

How To Divide Your Business in a Divorce In Tennessee

How To Divide Your Business in a Divorce In Tennessee Dividing Assets Can Make Divorce More Complex When a couple goes through a divorce, assets and liabilities are split. The court will classify property as either marital or separate – then place values on the property, and then distribute the property amongst each of the … Continue reading How To Divide Your Business in a Divorce In Tennessee