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April 2015 Archives

Tennessee grandparents: petitioning for visitation rights to a grandchild

The relationship and bond between a child and his or her grandpa or grandma is often special and grandparents play a significant role in the lives of many Tennessee children. In cases where a grandchild's parents subsequently divorce or were never married and split-up, grandparents may fear that their access to a grandchild will be limited or prohibited altogether.

Is your spouse lying about money?

In our previous post, we focused on divorce and property division in Tennessee. Quite often, concerns related to assets are top-of-mind for those contemplating or going through a divorce. Common questions include, how will our joint assets be divided? What about the family home? How much of a role does my income play in child support decisions? 

Helping Tennessee divorcees obtain financial security

Every married couple goes through difficult times. The daily stresses associated with balancing work and raising children are difficult enough. Add in additional stressors like financial difficulties, military deployment, substance abuse or infidelity and the likelihood that a couple will separate or divorce increases exponentially.

Does your Facebook account contain information that may negatively impact your divorce?

A recent study released by the Pew Research Center revealed that 71 percent of U.S. adults now have a Facebook account. What's more use of the social media site has increased significantly among those Americans age 65 and older with 56 percent reporting to using a Facebook account.

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