Dealing with your first holidays without your kids

When you and your co-parent worked out your custody schedule, splitting the end-of-year holidays seemed fair. One of you has the kids for Thanksgiving and the other for Christmas. Or maybe you’re alternating years where one of you has them for both holidays.  Now that...

Will your ex lie to get a protective order?

If you and your partner are splitting up, you’re likely not on the best of terms. If you have a child together, you may be worried about access to your child after the relationship ends. For instance, maybe you believe your ex is willing to lie about abuse or domestic...

Can forensic accounting benefit your Tennessee divorce?

Having wealth or high-value assets can ensure that you have a secure financial future. At the same time, it can cause many problems when you are seeking a divorce in Tennessee. A unique aspect of divorcing with wealth is the deep fear it inspires in both spouses. Each...

3 tips for trying to prevent a contentious divorce

Pursuing a divorce is a major decision that can have life-altering consequences. Factors such as the division of assets and debts, as well as child support and custody can be highly contentious. Even in a more amicable divorce, stress levels may become elevated. As a...