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Expert evaluations in a divorce

Going through a divorce can be difficult and stressful for couples in Tennessee and elsewhere. However, there are some instances in which a separating couple or one of the parties to a divorce may want to consider hiring an expert to help resolve certain issues. There are several different types of experts who can be helpful, and their testimony is generally admissible in court.

Remember all marital assets when getting divorce

People in Tennessee who are getting ready to file for divorce might want to make sure that they remember all marital assets when coming up with a valuation of the assets that they share with their spouses. Of course, real estate, bank accounts, vehicles and other such assets instantly come to mind. However, there are other assets that might not be thought of immediately, but that can end up having a significant impact on the value of a couple's assets.

Financial infidelity and divorce

Tennessee couples may be interested in the results of a survey recently conducted by a market research firm. The survey of 1,000 men and women revealed that credit card purchases made by a spouse and hidden from the other were a factor in the separation or divorce of 10 percent of those responding. This is only one of several studies that have noticed a link between financial disagreements and divorce.

Can adultery be grounds for a divorce?

In many states, demonstrating that a spouse has cheated serves no purpose other than airing the couple's dirty laundry. However, some states may require proving some sort of fault in divorce cases. Adultery is a ground for divorce in Tennessee, though no-fault options are also available. Knowing how to deal with infidelity before getting a divorce can help a spouse make more informed decisions about his or her marriage.

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