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Divorce and bankruptcy: A few things to remember

When money is an issue in a marriage, a divorce might be forthcoming. There is a chance that the couple will need to file for bankruptcy. At this point, you must decide if you are going to file for divorce before you file for bankruptcy, or vice versa. This is an important decision, as it can greatly impact your life after the divorce.

Alimony payments aren't mandatory in Tennessee divorces

Divorces that involve alimony can be very complex matters. These cases are usually high-asset divorces that involve considerable assets. While the issuance of alimony isn't a requirement in Tennessee divorces, it is often necessary to make the settlement work out the way it needs to. It is sometimes used to help a stay-at-home parent have an income while he or she gets back out into the workforce, which can be a challenge when you are raising children.

Consider your circumstances during your divorce

The emotions that you are likely going to feel during a divorce will range from being upset to being depressed. All of these are normal, but they can make it difficult to think clearly during the divorce process. We can help you to think clearly during the divorce so that you can make decisions that are in your best interest.

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