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June 2013 Archives

How to determine whether or not you need a prenup

Tennessee residents preparing for marriage might benefit from considering whether or not they need to draw up a prenuptial agreement with their significant others. Prenups are oftentimes viewed as controversial topics that spark disagreements for couples. However, in some cases it might be wise to draw up prenups, whereas in others it might not be worth the time or lawyer's fees to do so.

What to consider during divorce asset distribution

Tennessee residents seeking a divorce may already be aware that dividing property can be difficult. This is especially true if the assets include family businesses, real estate and retirement plans. It is not as simple as splitting the assets 50/50 based on their current value. Answering the right questions can result in a more equitable allocation. These questions include is it a separate asset or a marital asset? What is the cost basis and what are the tax consequences if sold? Another factor considered during property division is whether the state is a community property state or an equitable distribution state. Tennessee is an equitable distribution state. Each state's rules for property distribution are different, and the attorneys working for each party strive for a fair distribution that stays within the laws of each state.

Domestic violence victim forms Purple Lotus Project

Tennessee residents might be interested to hear that a woman who was the victim of domestic violence herself formed a volunteer group known as the Purple Lotus Project. The group is intended to offer victims of domestic violence the help they need. The woman stated that when she sought help at Loraine County's woman's shelter, Genesis House, the curfew and maximum stay time wasn't sufficient for her.

Finding missing funds during divorce

When couples are going through a divorce, they may be willing to tell on their partner regarding a misappropriation of business funds or tax fraud so that they can get what they believe is a fair share. Tennessee spouses who are going through divorce are subject to equitable property division, and they may wish to locate every dollar of which they may have a rightful claim during the divorce proceedings.

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