Some marriages are simply not built to last. Regardless of the path that lead to the marital breakdown, it may be possible to at least salvage some semblance of dignity and privacy during your divorce.
If you're struggling to collect your child support money from a parent who has moved out of Tennessee, it can be quite frustrating. Sometimes, a noncustodial parent's job can take them to another region, but other times, the parents are simply trying to dodge paying what they owe.
Some couples stay together for the kids, thinking misguidedly that living with two unhappy parents is better than growing up with divorced parents. But other couples remain in loveless unions because they worry their co-owned business might take too big of a hit in a divorce and wind up failing.
Couples in Tennessee who know divorce is imminent may decide that mediation is the best way to handle it. Mediation offers couples quite a few benefits. It is generally much faster than a litigated divorce because you can file for an uncontested divorce.
People going through divorce often cling to whatever represents security for them. Often, that can be the family home. It's understandable, especially when there are children involved, to want to minimize the stress and changes for them. Retaining the family home in a divorce can provide a semblance of continuity that can provide the kids with peace of mind during the proceedings and beyond.
There is so much to determine when couples go through a divorce. What will be the custody terms for the children, how to divide the marital debts and assets and who will keep the family pet all must be sorted out either between the parties or by a judge in court.