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
Does a parent’s tax liability change when their marriage ends?
It’s typical for multiple financial considerations to factor into divorce. Conversations often relate to property division, alimony and child support as individuals strive to protect their personal interests. Calculating the
Your estate plan is complete – why review it?
It’s important to clearly communicate your wishes in case of the unexpected. However, not all Americans get their affairs in order or, once they do, fail to recognize that they
How can I preserve my retirement plans during a divorce?
Despite carefully saving throughout the years, you worry that your later in life divorce may wreak havoc on your financial plans for retirement. If you have been a stay at
How can you divide the family home?
Decisions about the family home can be among the most difficult decisions to make during a divorce. For some, keeping the house is important, while for others, they prefer a
What is a simple will?
For many people, the idea of sitting down and going through the estate planning process is very daunting. Particularly if the person in question is on the younger side or
Confounding factors that can override a will
When making a will in Tennessee, many people mistakenly distribute assets in invalid ways. While wills are a popular tool for estate planning that gives decedents the ability to determine
Debunking myths about prenuptial agreements
When some people think of prenuptial agreements, they automatically associate them with old stereotypes: an unromantic, selfish gesture that means the relationships lacks trust. Prenups have been through the cultural
Can I oppose my prenup in court?
Is it possible for you to argue against a prenuptial agreement in court? The short answer: yes. The longer answer is that your opposition to your contract should be based