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  • " I wanted to thank you for your support. You are the best attorney in Clarksville. I could not have done it without you”
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  • " Ray took time out of his busy schedule to fit us in at a time of crisis on several occasions”
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Business owners should take steps to safeguard business and assets

When a couple divorces, they must work to untangle their lives from one another. As such, matters related to child custody, property and marital assets must be sorted out and agreed upon. For individuals who own a business or have a stake in a family business, divorce may present challenges that ultimately threaten a business and its success.

Evidence from social media accounts can prove damning in divorce cases

Individuals going through a divorce or custody dispute may feel anger and resentment towards an ex. This is particularly true in cases where a divorce is contentious or where there are ongoing disputes related to child custody and financial matters. At times, the feelings of anger directed towards an ex-spouse may drive an individual to engage in actions and behaviors that are not only childish, but may be used against them in divorce settlements and child custody disputes.

Gaining an accurate financial picture essential to divorce process

When the decision to divorce has been made, many individuals want the divorce finalized as quickly as possible. However, those who act in haste and fail to take steps to prepare for and address both the financial and emotional implications of divorce, could ultimately end up losing assets and future financial security.

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