Filing for child support modification

For most parents, the happiness and wellbeing of their children is their highest priority. Because of that, most parents in Tennessee are more than willing to pay their child support. Sometimes, however, circumstances beyond your control affect your ability to pay...

Entitlement to an ex-spouse’s Social Security

Tennessee divorcees who are not currently married may not know that they could be entitled to a portion of their ex-spouse’s Social Security benefits. This may help an individual claim benefits based on a higher-earning ex-spouse's work record, provided the couple was...

How to make the divorce process a little easier

Couples who are filing for divorce in Tennessee and other parts of the United States may experience a great deal of emotional and financial hardship. This is especially true in situations where there's animosity between both parties. However, there are a number of...

What to do when divorce paperwork isn’t signed

Tennessee residents and others may be able to divorce their spouses even if those individuals fail to sign the documents necessary to dissolve a marriage. Typically, if the spouse who is served with divorce paperwork fails to respond to it within 30 days, the divorce...