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What to address in a Tennessee parenting plan

Tennessee has a statute in place dictating that all parents who share children under the age of 18 and plan to co-parent together must create something called a permanent parenting plan. The statute seeks to help parents maintain a cordial relationship after divorce...

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How can parallel parenting help?

As the parent of a child going through a divorce, you likely prioritize your child's future health, safety and happiness above all else. To that end, figuring out a parenting plan likely holds a lot of your attention. While looking through the many varied options...

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Who keeps the house after a military divorce?

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs guarantees home loans made to active service members, veterans and their eligible spouses. If you relied upon a VA loan to purchase a home during your marriage, you may need to consider some options to keep it after a...

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