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How can I obtain a divorce in Tennessee?

Making the decision to end a marriage is difficult and requires a lot of soul searching. Marriages and the relationship between spouses can be extremely complicated and factors both within and outside a marriage may contribute to marital discord and divisiveness between spouses. In cases where one or both spouses comes to the decision that a marriage is no longer working and divorce is the best option, it's important to understand how divorce works in Tennessee.

Military moms and dads face unique child custody challenges: part II

In our last blog post, we began discussing some of the issues that are unique to military divorce and child custody matters. In this post, we'll continue to explore the topic further as it relates to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.

Military moms and dads face unique child custody challenges: part I

Members of the U.S. military sacrifice much to protect and defend our country and way of life. Despite their heroic acts, the men and women who serve in our armed forces are normal human beings and, in addition to their military duties and responsibilities, they face may of the same challenges as civilians. Perhaps some of the greatest challenges facing active and deployed military servicemembers relate to divorce and child custody.

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