June 29th — Family, Divorce Mistakes, Divorce

​An Uncontested, Stress-Free Divorce in Tennessee

Tennessee law allows a process for divorce that significantly reduces the emotional burden and the expense of protracted litigation. You do not have to have an attorney to file for divorce. However, proceed with cauti...

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May 5th — Family, Divorce Mistakes, Divorce

7 Ways to Save Money During a Divorce


Getting a divorce is expensive. I'm sure you have heard horror stories. We all have. As a divorce lawyer, I can tell you that unfortunately, those stories come true more often than you'd like to think. ...

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March 2nd — Divorce

Post-Divorce Checklist

Going through a divorce can be a difficult process. Once the process is complete and the divorce is final, you can finally breath a sigh of relief. However, there are still some more steps that you must take in order t...

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February 12th — Child Support, Family, Divorce, Safety

​How Domestic Violence Impacts Child Custody in Tennessee

Domestic violence is a very serious issue that causes lifelong trauma for victims. The state of Tennessee, like other states, considers domestic violence when making child custody and visitation rulings. Tennessee places...

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February 9th — Divorce Mistakes, Divorce

Does An Affair Cost More In Divorce In Tennessee?


Affairs can destroy a marriage, and when it comes to divorce, they can really complicate the matter. In the state of Tennessee, adultery can be grounds for a divorce in and of itself. If you and/or your spouse...

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January 19th — Finances, Divorce, Separation

Key Legal Mistakes People Make During Divorce


Divorce is a very stressful time for all the parties involved. Emotions are running high for both parties, and in many cases the need for revenge is prevalent. Sadly, many legal mistakes are made becau...

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January 11th — Child Support, Finances, Family Law, Divorce

What To Know About Changing & Challenging Child Custody

Specific laws and procedures govern child custody issues. When parents agree to modify an existing custody order, the process is fairly simple. Greater difficulty arises, however, when parents do not agree to proposed chan...

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January 4th — Family, Parenting, Divorce

How to Talk to Small Children About Divorce


When two people decide to get a divorce, they often think about the impact the process will have on their small children. After all, divorce drastically alters the daily routines of any family. If you are going thro...

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December 22nd — Divorce, Separation

Marriage Annulments vs. Divorce


While annulments and divorces have the same result: dissolution of marriage; they are quite different. The main difference lies in how they treat the marriage itself. Much like a divorce, an annulment dissolves a m...

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November 10th — Divorce, Separation

Understanding the Basics: Divorce vs. Separation


There is a great deal of murkiness surrounding the legal implications and general understanding of what it means to be divorced versus what it means to be separated. When you couple diffi...

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November 2nd — Family Law, Divorce

How To Prepare For Meeting With A Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is a complicated process. There are many ways in which you can miss out on advantages you deserve. There are also many ways that you can be taken advantage of by not knowing your rights.

It is im...

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September 17th — Finances, Family Law, Divorce

Documents To Gather When Considering Divorce

Divorce Documents

Divorce is stressful enough without having to scramble to find important legal documents that are necessary to finalize settlement. Gathering important financial, legal, and personal documents b...

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