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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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Can you financially prepare for divorce?

Deciding to divorce your spouse in Tennessee is probably not a decision you made lightly. Because it is a serious decision that will impact your life indefinitely, knowing how to prepare may help you keep control of your life. One collateral effect of divorce involves...

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The costs of divorce in Tennessee

Divorce, for better or worse, comes with costs. Many of those costs may surprise you; some won't, but it is far better to head into divorce with your eyes open. Among the financial costs of divorce are: Property division The single most expensive part of a divorce is...

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Child custody: Factors to consider

During the divorce process, couples often tackle a number of complicated and emotional issues. One of the most difficult issues may be determining what type of child custody to award in the case. It is hard to transition from a traditional family situation to a...

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Can “nesting” help our divorcing family?

Managing the act of parenting after divorce is often one of the most complicated aspects of the process. Figuring out where your family will live after you have completed your divorce and what the future looks like can be extremely daunting. Some families have been...

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How does parental alienation manifest?

When an alienating parent tries to drive a wedge between you and your child, it leaves behind a mark. Many alienated parents often notice signs of parental alienation as it occurs. But some do not know what they are looking at. This can lead to a delay in reaction. To...

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When should I take my divorce to trial?

There are many positive aspects to collaborative divorce. If you are unaware, collaborative divorce is a divorce process that does not involve the courtroom at all. Rather, both ex-spouses will come together and negotiate on the divorce terms. Collaborative divorce is...

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