When can a party in a civil case recover their attorney’s fees in Tennessee?
When can a Tennessee court reconsider a marital dissolution agreement?
Are attorney’s fees discretionary when a marital dissolution agreement contains an enforcement provision?
When is a marital dissolution agreement invalid because of mental incapacity in Tennessee?
How long after entry of a judgment can one sue to enforce it in Tennessee?
When can a Tennessee court rewrite the terms of a marital dissolution agreement?
How are marital dissolution agreements interpreted and enforced in Tennessee?
Does alimony in futuro always terminate when the recipient remarries in Tennessee?
Can a party be in contempt for earning too much to qualify for a means-tested retirement benefit in which the other party has an interest?
Can a Tennessee court modify alimony when the recipient lives with another person?
When must a Tennessee court enforce a legal separation agreement, and when can they be modified?
How might divorce settlements be structured to take advantage of recent tax changes?
The Tennessee Supreme Court officially recognizes the growing practice of collaborative divorces.
What do Tennessee courts do when a marital dissolution agreement has conflicting provisions?
Can a Tennessee court ignore an agreement that cohabitation will end alimony?