Nov 22, 2017

Financial Disclosure in Tennessee Divorce

By |November 22nd, 2017|Divorce|0 Comments

On your wedding day, when you exchanged vows and said your "I do's," you were promising to be faithful to your spouse in all ways, including financially. Did you know that spouses owe a fiduciary duty to one another? This means that if your spouse lies to you about their finances or a past criminal [...]

Nov 2, 2017

Are Children Allowed to Choose Which Parent They Prefer to Live with in a Tennessee Divorce?

By |November 2nd, 2017|Child Custody, Divorce|0 Comments

When parents divorce, it is not just their lives that are affected, but the children’s as well. Divorce often means moving and changing schools; for some children, it also means a change in their standard of living. Some children will voice their opinions about where they want to live, to regain at least a modicum [...]

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