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January 2015 Archives

Tips for talking to a child about divorce

Parents who decide to divorce, often try desperately to shield their child from any resulting emotional and financial fallout. The fact is that divorce is complicated and parents often struggle with how to discuss an impending divorce with a child. While every divorcing couple's situation is different and much depends on a child's age, the following tips can serve as a starting and reference point for parents who have questions and concerns.

Is divorce on your list of resolutions for 2015?

More than mid-way through the month of January, many Tennessee residents are likely reflecting upon their progress in keeping New Year's resolutions. While resolutions related to eating better and getting in shape likely top the lists of many Americans, for some married individuals, making decisions related to the unhappy state of a marriage are also top-of-mind.

Alimony in Tennessee: part II

In our last blog post, we began discussing some of the factors a judge takes into consideration when deciding whether or not to award alimony in a divorce. We also provided details about two types of temporary alimony, rehabilitative and transitional, that may be awarded in a divorce case.

Alimony in Tennessee: part I

In many marriages, one spouse makes more money than the other. A spouse's disparity in income may be attributable to many factors including years spent out of the workforce while caring for children and putting one's own educational or career aspirations on hold to help support those of a spouse. When it comes to matters related to divorce and alimony, these types of factors must be taken into consideration.

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