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September 2013 Archives

How to divide retirement assets when divorcing

Tennessee couples getting a divorce might want to consider how they are going to divide their retirement assets when they get their divorces. Sometimes people overlook issues like retirement assets in their hurry to get their divorces finalized. However, neglecting issues such as this can prove to be costly in the end.

Court decision helps grandparents reunite with their grandchild

A recent decision by the Tennessee Supreme Court is giving two grandparents a renewed chance to continue their relationship with their grandchild. This decision sets a lower standard that must be met for changing visitation plans and makes it easier for relatives to adapt these plans when there are adverse family relationships.

Military divorce rates rise after long deployments

The RAND Corporation issued the results of a new study that find the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq affected service member's marital lives. Presumably, the data from the study would be applicable to Tennessee service members. The study reveals that long deployments away from home increase the risk of divorce. The RAND study was commissioned by the U.S. Department of Defense.

Why people in abusive relationships stay

There are a number of Tennessee residents who remain in what seem to be abusive relationships, causing friends and family to wonder why. However, many situations that involve domestic violence are not as simple as someone who has not experienced this type of relationship may assume. Relationships are typically complex in themselves without being compounded by issues such as abuse, and exiting what may be a toxic situation is not always cut-and-dried.

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