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Tips for effective co-parenting after a divorce

Raising children after a divorce is a fact of life for many parents in Tennessee. In many cases, co-parenting, an arrangement in which both parents take some responsibility in raising their children, is better for the children's well-being. Families who take this approach should understand how such an arrangement works best.

Charlie Sheen wants to stop paying ex child support

People in Tennessee might be interested to hear that Charlie Sheen made a legal move to attempt to stop paying his ex, Brooke Mueller, $55,000 per month in child support. Sheen requested that the court remove his court order to pay child support to his ex after her drug relapse. She was admitted to a hospital for her drug relapse, which was followed by rehab.

Some states considering reforming alimony

Couples in Tennessee might be interested to hear that many states are considering reforming their laws concerning alimony. In fact, some states like Massachusetts have already done so. Florida tried to reform its laws, but the bill was vetoed by the governor. New Jersey is reportedly contemplating reforming its laws, and New York is actively making an effort to reform its laws.

Dividing assets and determining value

One of the main points of contention for Tennessee residents during a divorce is how assets will be divided. Some people associate asset division with simply dividing up a couple's bank accounts and determining who keeps an automobile, but every item that a couple owns has to be split up during a divorce. Due to the issues associated with attributing value to all of these items and people's emotional attachment to some things, asset division can become complex.

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