The very nature of divorce, in most cases, involves disagreement on some level. It is for this reason that a large majority of divorcing Tennesseans find difficulty determining child custody
Divorcing after a short marriage? What you should know
Ending a marriage after any amount of time is difficult, even if you have only been married for a few years. If you are in this position, there are some
Three estate plan additions to simplify planning for your family
Hesitating to establish a comprehensive estate plan can complicate matters for one’s loved ones after they pass away. So that’s why you create a will, right? The answer may be
Handling debt in a Tennessee divorce
It’s common for divorcing couples to struggle with property division. The family home, savings accounts and business ownership can come under fire. Marital debt can, as well. Before establishing settlement
What does a baby have to do with an estate plan?
If you recently had your first child, spare time will be limited. Many things you’d like to do will likely fall by the wayside as you develop new daily routines
Can long-distance co-parenting work?
Divorced parents typically struggle to arrange a parenting schedule that’s best for their children. Determining a plan that co-parents can juggle makes matters even more difficult. You might think living
Housing decisions during divorce involve more than real property
Establishing property division terms can be one of the biggest challenges in divorce, with you and your spouse likely wanting as much as possible from your marital estate. Your home
The contentious and complex issues surrounding property division
When walking down the aisle, reciting your vows, and saying, “I do,” no one who is newly married even considers divorce as a remote possibility. The honeymoon leads to a
When does spousal support factor in?
Suppose your spouse was the main breadwinner in your family. In that case, you might believe you deserve to receive alimony, or spousal support, once your marriage ends. Although that
Three elements of a basic estate plan
Many people think that, for whatever reason, creating an estate plan can wait. You’re likely doing yourself and your loved a disservice by subscribing to that belief. If you haven’t