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February 2016 Archives

Child custody laws in Tennessee cover several factors

Child custody cases are very serious cases because the child's well-being can be profoundly affected by the outcome of the case. Tennessee laws have some very interesting points regarding child custody that anyone who is going through a child custody case must know.

Pro-golfer's ex-wife sues his fiancee for alienation of affection

Mississippi is one of a handful of states that still allow people to sue others for "alienation of affection." For a woman in Tennessee, a lawsuit against her ex-husband's fiancee for breaking up her marriage is just one of her current legal battles.

Do you qualify for spousal support?

Gone are the days where a divorced woman could reliably count on a court's awarding her alimony payments from her ex. Now, not only is the awarding of spousal support decided on a case-by-case basis, under some circumstances, a Tennessee woman might have to pay support to her ex-husband.

Avoid these actions when fighting for child custody

If you're in the midst of a custody battle, you have probably thought that there is nothing you won't do to win custody of your children. The problem is that there are a few things you shouldn't do if you are fighting for custody. Critical mistakes can be made that could affect the outcome of a custody case. Don't do the following:

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