“Economically Disadvantaged” Finding Is Contested in Brentwood, Tennessee Divorce: Norman v. Norman

Facts: Husband and Wife divorced after 22 years of marriage. During the last eight years of marriage, they jointly owned and operated a durable medical supplies company. Prior to starting the company, Wife worked as an elementary school teacher. Both parties contributed to the company’s success. While Husband was responsible for the financial aspects of […]

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Prenuptial Agreement Invalidated in Roane County, TN Divorce: Grubb v. Grubb

Facts: Two years after Husband, 40, met Wife, 18, at the dry cleaners, they married. Shortly after the relationship began, Wife moved in with Husband and stopped working at the dry cleaners. Husband, the owner of a rent-two-own business, provided for them both, and Wife soon became financially dependent on Husband. Two days before the […]

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Postjudgment Interest Reversed in Sumner County, TN Divorce: Cardle v. Cardle

Facts: After 15 years of marriage, Husband and Wife divorced. Wife was awarded a mixture of rehabilitative alimony, transitional alimony, and alimony in solido. The alimony in solido award was for Wife’s attorney’s fees and totaled $12,239.29. The trial court granted Husband’s request to pay the alimony in solido in monthly installments of $203.99 over […]

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