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When Can Alimony Payments Stop?

24 March, 2011 by Lawrence in alimony, Divorce
After a few years of paying alimony, you might say to yourself "I've been paying all this money to my ex-spouse for a long time. The situation is a lot different than it was when we got divorced. Can I stop paying the alimony?" read more...

How Alimony is Calculated in Tennessee

10 November, 2010 by Lawrence in alimony, Discovery, Divorce
Among the various decisions and surprises that you may face as part of your divorce is establishing how much alimony will be paid by one spouse to the other. This can be a vexing problem because where child support is set using a cut-and-dry calculation, alimony is determined using a much more ... read more...

Your Prenuptial Agreement is Junk! Part 2

Even if you have a perfectly good prenup that makes adequate provision for your spouse, leaves the custody decisions up to the court, and makes a perfectly sensible division of property, you can still screw it up. read more...

Your Prenuptial Agreement is Junk! Part 1

If you spend much time watching TV or follow the dramatic lives and divorces of celebrities, you've undoubtedly heard of prenuptial agreements (what some people call a "prenup") and the problems they can cause. read more...

Dating while Separated

So what's the problem? The divorce has been filed. The parties are separated. The kids are spending time with each parent. The divorce is so close you can taste it, why not go ahead get out there, have some fun, and re-enter the dating scene? read more...

Alimony, Alimony, and more Alimony!

Divorce procedure in Tennessee is generally fairly straightforward, but certain issues are often sure to cause a fight.  The most emotional and violent fights tend to be over the custody of the children, but often not far behind is the prospect of one party paying alimony to the other. ... read more...