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Protecting yourself online during the divorce process
Check out this article about divorce and the many ways information found online can affect divorcees as they come to agreements on child custody, spouse support and other issues. Since social media use can have a significant impact on the divorce process, those ending their marriage should be careful about how they use these sites while formalizing a settlement. Those getting a divorce should also contact an attorney who can protect their best interests.
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What can a QDRO do for me?
Residents in Tennessee who are getting divorced and wondering how they can afford to pay child support or spousal support should click on this link now. This article will give you important information about the qualified domestic relations order and how it may help you. The QDRO is a legal order that allows you to access 401K account money to pay alimony or child support. It can also help you divide your retirement account without paying high fees and taxes.
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Questions to ask before tying the knot
Find out how couples can learn more about each other while strengthening their relationship by asking a few questions. Read this article to find out which subjects to discuss before getting married, such as kids, finances, arguments and religion, to help you avoid marital issues in the future and even a divorce.
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Tennessee child custody basics
Read an article introducing the basics of Tennessee child custody law, including how the child’s best interests are determined.
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Business valuation a must during a Tennessee divorce
If you are divorcing and own a small business, it is vitally important that your business be properly appraised prior to entering into a divorce property settlement.
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Fun, Easy Fall Activities for Single Parents and Kids
If you’re a divorced parent, you may find this article helpful for coming up with quality after-school time with the kids. It’s challenging to balance school, work and parenting time as a single parent, but a few small activities each day can help children to feel loved and appreciated. Parents don’t have to compensate for reduced parenting time by taking children on expensive trips or buying lots of gifts. Small, meaningful quality moments can mean much more instead.
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