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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.

During the divorce process, you can’t think about what happened to someone else who was getting a divorce. Instead, you need to think of what your case entails so that you can decide how to handle things. The assets that you have, the reason for the divorce, the career path you chose and the presence of children are some of the points that you need to think about during your divorce.

As you go through the divorce process, you must think in terms of finality. While it is possible to have certain points of the divorce order modified down the road, this is fairly difficult since you need a valid reason for the modification and will have to endure another court process to handle this.

The only areas where you don’t need to think of forever are child custody and child support. These two areas are more likely to have modifications than other areas, so plan accordingly.

We realize that there are often concerns or questions that come up when you are going through a divorce. We are here to get you answers and work with you find solutions to the problems so that you can move on with the rest of your life.


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Attorney Jeffrey H. Jones is held in high regard among peers, clients and judges throughout the Memphis area.

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