Almost everyone who goes through divorce will have to deal with spending their first holiday season alone. At least as far as being a couple or family goes. For some, it can be a difficult time of year spent reminiscing, but there are ways to get through it without feeling so devastated. While friends and…

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Tennessee and across the country, attorneys and clients are adjusting to a new normal. Court closings and docket backups put many family law issues on hold, including separation and divorce matters. Now, with courts opening again, divorce hearings can continue, with many proceeding via conferencing technology like Zoom. Virtual…

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Social media posts, comments, likes, and shares have gotten a lot of people in trouble with their places of employment, at school, and even at home. Let’s face it; social media can be good, but it can also be a hindrance when it comes to dealing with a child custody case in Tennessee. If you…

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Alimony, also called spousal support, is designed to help a spouse with a lower income potential survive after a divorce. The availability of alimony, the amount of alimony, and the factors used to determine alimony vary, depending on the type of award. A spouse may be ordered to pay alimony while the divorce is pending,…

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Pets are part of the family. They provide unconditional love, make us laugh, and are always by our side. Many of us consider our pets our furry children. If you’re one of those people, and are preparing to go through a divorce, then it’s important you think about your pet. During the divorce process, when…

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