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Equitable distribution factors for you to consider

Individuals who are going through a divorce will have to split up their property. This is done either by negotiating a settlement or by the court issuing a ruling that's determined by the judge. In Tennessee, the standard that's used is equitable distribution. This means that the split might not be equal, but it must consider various factors of the marriage.

Custody considerations for medically complex children

Children who are medically complex and those who have special needs often count on their parents to care for them. When both parents live in the same home, they may be able to split the responsibilities. If the parents go through a divorce, coming up with a parenting plan might be a challenge. You have to think about the child's unique needs, so some of the common custody methods might not work.

Unexpected effects of the end of a marriage

Going through a divorce leads to some major life changes. Most people realize that there are going to be changes about where one party lives and how assets are divided. The changes that comes with this major life change don't end with only those practical matters. Instead, there are several others that you might have to consider if your marriage is ending.

Understand how child custody modifications can benefit your kids

The child custody order that governs your parenting relationship is set to work for the children at the time it is made. As the children grow and mature, their needs might change. This may necessitate a change in the parenting plan. These can't be made arbitrarily. Instead, there has to be a valid need before the court will consider a modification.

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