When is an unequal division of property reversible error in a Tennessee divorce?
Is money received as part of the division of property considered income for child support in Tennessee?
How is an ownership interest in a business entity differentiated from the business and its assets in a Tennessee divorce?
When can the failure to preserve a marital asset be considered dissipation in a Tennessee divorce?
When can a Tennessee court rewrite the terms of a marital dissolution agreement?
When can premarital, separate property become marital property in Tennessee?
When a retirement account is divided in a Tennessee divorce, does it include the investment gains or losses until the account is actually divided?
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?
When is an unequal division of marital property in a long marriage reversible error in Tennessee?
When can newly discovered evidence reopen the proof in a Tennessee divorce?
Marital infidelity is well-known, but financial infidelity might actually be more common.
When is one likely to see an unequal division of marital property in a long marriage? And what role does suffering economic detriment to benefit the marriage play in the alimony analysis?
How might divorce settlements be structured to take advantage of recent tax changes?
When determining alimony, can a Tennessee court base a party’s ability to pay on the possibility that their income will decrease?
When can a Tennessee court keep divorced parties jointly responsible for a debt?