Nov23, 2015

Divorce and the Changing Roles of Today’s Fathers in America

By |Nov 23, 2015|Child Custody, Family Law|0 Comments

As our society shifts the traditional role of the father is shifting and changing, which is having an impact on divorce and child custody decisions. As fathers take a more active role in nurturing and caring for their children and the household, and as more women take on the role of primary income earner for […]

Nov9, 2015

What to do When Your Ex Denies Your Visitation Rights

By |Nov 9, 2015|Child Custody, Child Support, Family Law|0 Comments

During the divorce process you and your former spouse sat down and ironed out a parenting plan agreement, which contains a schedule for visitation for the parent who did not get primary residential custody. The Court reviews this document and refers to it when it issues the final custody order. The Tennessee Court as with […]

Nov2, 2015

What Happens to My Inheritance in Tennessee Divorce?

By |Nov 2, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

You are the favorite nephew of your beloved aunt Thelma, who left you a nice inheritance when she passed away a few months ago. Now you have been served with divorce papers quite out of the blue and you are wondering what happens next. You and your soon-to-be-ex-wife were married when you received the sizable […]

Sep8, 2015

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Can Affect Alimony Payments in Tennessee

By |Sep 8, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

Alimony, sometimes called spousal support, is awarded to a spouse by a judge. Unless you and your spouse have worked out a plan in your Marital Dissolution Agreement, the process of awarding alimony is an entirely subjective one: a judge is not forced to award alimony to anyone.

However, if you file under certain grounds, your […]

Jul27, 2015

Why Everyone Should Consider a Prenuptial Agreement

By |Jul 27, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

Prenuptial agreements are not discussed as often as they should be. They are generally considered the province of the very wealthy; as such, the benefits of a prenuptial agreement are often overlooked and remain unexplored for most of the population. However, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and prenuptial agreements can […]

Jul13, 2015

How to Help Your Kids Survive Your Divorce

By |Jul 13, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

Given how difficult it can be for mature adults to handle big changes in life, just imagine how difficult it can be for children to handle their parents’ separation and divorce. Their parents’ marriage provides the firm bedrock of safety and security in a child’s life. When a couple who has children is going through […]

Jun29, 2015

Subsidized Permanent Guardianship of a Minor in Tennessee

By |Jun 29, 2015|Adoption, Family Law|0 Comments

The foster care system can be a challenging and heartbreaking way for a child to grow up. Every day, young people age out of the system – that is, they grow up to the age of majority and are then left to function on their own without a family to support them, nurture them or […]

Jun22, 2015

What is the Process for Terminating Parental Rights in Tennessee?

By |Jun 22, 2015|Family Law|0 Comments

If you are a parent, just the thought of having your parental rights terminated could be a frightening thing, but in other cases it could be the first step to a whole new life for a child who has not had the love and care they deserve from their birth parents.

Terminating a parent’s rights puts […]

Jun15, 2015

7 Questions Smart People Must Ask Before Getting a Divorce

By |Jun 15, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

When you go into a divorce fully informed about the process and the challenges you might face, you will feel more empowered. Taking the time to learn about how the divorce will affect you financially can help you plan for your future.

There are seven questions you should ask yourself and your lawyer before starting the […]

Jun1, 2015

What are the Advantages of Collaborative Law?

By |Jun 1, 2015|Divorce, Family Law|0 Comments

It seems as if divorce is always associated with a lot of drama – fighting about who cheated, disagreements about money, who will get the children, and who will get the house – even when there is no drama to be found. What if there was a way that you, your attorney, your spouse and […]