In our previous blog post, we discussed how it might soon be possible to get an uncontested divorce even if you have children. This is a development that many people were looking forward to; however, it isn’t going to apply to all divorces. Instead, there are certain criteria that must be met in order for this type of divorce to be used.
We know that you might not have the time to sit down and find out about all of the newest developments in Tennessee divorce law. We can help you to learn about the current laws and procedures that might affect your case. These can be very important since they can have a direct impact on your case.
There is one constant factor that can we can apply to every divorce — trying to go through the process using your heart and your emotions can almost always mean disaster. Instead, we need you to keep your wits about you and use your head to make decisions as you legally end your marriage. We can help you to sort through the possible options that you have when you are going through the divorce.
If you and your ex have children, assets or debts, you will have to determine what happens with those. It might seem easy to think that you will just let the court decide what happens. While that is one possibility, it might work against you because it could draw the divorce process out longer and make it costlier. Instead, let us help you to learn about how working with your ex to come to the terms of the divorce settlement might be a wise decision.