In our previous blog post, we discussed how unemployment can signal that a divorce is going to occur. If you recall, this was the case when it was the husband who was unemployed. We know that finding out that your marriage is ending is difficult in any circumstance. If you are finding this out when you are down on your luck after losing your job, it can be devastating.
No matter when a divorce occurs in your life, you will need to make sure that your interests are protected. This isn't always easy because as you work through the issues, the divorce will become more and more real.
Some divorces have other elements that are present in them that require special considerations. This is the case when there are children involved or when you have amassed considerable assets. It also true if there is a question of alimony present.
In all of these cases, we can help you learn about what Tennessee law says about the points that are present in your case. Our goal is to help you protect your interests so that you can start your divorced life off on the best footing possible.
Even though you might not want to face the circumstances, it is always best to start preparing for the divorce settlement proceedings as early as possible. We can provide you with clear options for handling every decision that you have to make. We don't want you to allow your emotions to make decisions for you. Instead, we want you to understand how your choices can impact you today and in the future.