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March 2013 Archives

Divorce experts say moving too fast may not be worth it

People in Tennessee who are going through a divorce will have lots of thoughts going through their minds. In many cases, one partner or the other might wish to move on with life as soon as possible -- even if it's before a divorce is final. Sometimes this includes trying to date again -- sometimes by putting up a profile on an online dating site.

Oil baron's divorce settlement could set new records

For many people in Tennessee and elsewhere who get divorced, the stakes are high. From child custody to property division, people who cannot amicably agree on a divorce settlement realize that is satisfactory could find themselves battling in court to determine who gets what.

When divorcing, focus on the future in terms of your assets

For people in Clarksville who go through a divorce, there will be many issues that need to be sorted out -- not the least of which is finances. Many people might focus on wanting to keep the house in a divorce because that would seem like the biggest asset to come away with. However, some experts say this is not necessarily the best choice.

Losing their religion: Kids of divorced parents may leave church

Parents who are going through a divorce are often occupied with many aspects of the split, not least among them child custody. One phrase that is often bandied about when it comes to child custody and visitation schedules is "the best interests of the child." This likely means different things to different parents; however, for many divorcing parents, it means that while a child may not be with them physically all the time, the child will still respect and honor the traditions that are important to his parents.

Advocacy groups want to revise military divorce laws

Life in the military can be difficult. It can be trying for not only those serving, but the families by their side. That is why military divorce is a unique type of divorce in and of itself. As such, there is recent pressure for the military to revise its divorce law in order to better protect soldier's retirement benefits.

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