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March 2018 Archives

Should we talk to our kids about child support?

Surprisingly, parents in Tennessee rarely talk to their kids about child support during or after divorce. It can be a difficult subject to broach in some cases. Often, parents simply do not think about starting such a conversation. Because child support has a direct affect on children of divorce, they deserve to know more about the process. They may also benefit from knowing why support is necessary.

3 ways a Tennessee divorce impacts your retirement plans

Couples close to and past the retirement age may consider divorce for a number of reasons. Once the children leave the home, for example, they may find they no longer have much in common with one another. Others may have only avoided divorce to prevent trauma for the children. Still others experience issues related to failing health or even infidelity.

Best standards of practice that facilitate divorce mediation

One of the myths surrounding divorce mediation is that the process requires less skill and training on the part of the mediator. This is a false assumption. In truth, mediators undergo stringent training, which makes them qualified to help families deal with their issues successfully and with as little fallout as possible.

Getting a high-asset divorce? Mediation might be the answer

When we talk about divorcing with valuable assets, we sometimes recommend divorce mediation. As with other family law solutions, it is not an appropriate answer for all couples, but for many, it can make the process of splitting up easier, faster and less combative.

Weighing the pros and cons of bird nesting child custody plans

Child-centered divorces have become a popular, and welcome, new trend. It is never a child's fault when his or her parents can no longer make the marriage work, so why should children pay the largest price? As more parents seek ways to make divorce easier on their kids, they often long for creative solutions to child custody. As a result, bird nesting custody plans are gaining interest across the state of Tennessee.

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