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July 2014 Archives

Making the decision to divorce

When a couple marries, love dominates and it's hard to believe feelings will ever diminish or change. However, as time passes, life changes and with those changes come experiences and challenges that can slowly corrode oven the strongest marriage. In cases where a husband or wife realizes that he or she is no longer happy, it can be difficult to decide whether to stay in or end a marriage.

Why a spouse's Facebook usage may spell trouble for a marriage

Within the last decade, the rise of social media websites has forever changed how people communicate. Gone are the days of letter writing or even phone calls. Today, individuals young and old readily communicate via text message, instant chat and through social media websites.

Sherri Shepherd reportedly seeks to be absolved of parentage rights to unborn child

In divorce cases where children are involved, child custody matters must be considered and decided upon. In the best of cases, divorcing parents are able to come to a mutual resolution and agreement about who a child will live with, how a child will split his or her time between parents. In a worst-case child custody scenario, divorcing parents are embroiled in conflict and both request primary physical and legal custody of a shared child.

Finding Buddy: Courts puzzle over pet custody in divorce p3

We are finishing up our discussion of a Vermont divorce case. As we explained in our last post, the decisions of other states' Supreme Courts may provide guidance to Tennessee's courts. The decisions may not be binding, but they can help our courts to frame a ruling.

Finding Buddy: Courts puzzle over pet custody in divorce p2

We are picking up our discussion from our last post about divorce and pet custody. The question for the courts is whether pets are property or something more than property. In the case we are talking about, the wife argued that the pet was "special property," and she had precedent to support her argument -- sort of.

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