What are grounds for judicial recusal in Tennessee?
Research shows that practically every dimension of life happiness is influenced by the quality of one’s marriage, while divorce is the second most stressful life event one can ever experience. Yet nearly half of all married couples are likely to divorce, and many couples report feeling unhappy in their relationships.
The specter of divorce still haunts young adults and disadvantaged couples, contributing to family instability.
Can a Tennessee court modify alimony when the recipient lives with another person?
Child custody is often the most contentious aspect of divorce proceedings. But this doesn’t have to be the case for you and your soon-to-be-ex
Marital infidelity is well-known, but financial infidelity might actually be more common.
Should mandatory pretrial discovery disclosures be required in Tennessee divorces?
How long can one delay enforcement of a judgment in Tennessee?
How might divorce settlements be structured to take advantage of recent tax changes?
What can happen if you don’t timely respond to a complaint for divorce in Tennessee?
When a parent commits domestic violence, must their parenting time be restricted in Tennessee?
When determining alimony, can a Tennessee court base a party’s ability to pay on the possibility that their income will decrease?