Infidelity. Extra-marital affairs
• Money. Money makes people fight over the lack of or extra
money coming into the home
• Lack of communication, not having open constructive
• Constant arguing and always at odds with each other
• Weight gain
• Unrealistic expectations, a new career promise, an old
• Lack of intimacy, frequency or sincerity
• Lack of equality, what is good for one is not good for
another, separate rules
Legally Acceptable Reasons for Divorce
• Adultery or cheating
• Mental incapacity at time of marriage
• Marriage between close relatives
• Impotence at time of marriage
• Force or fraud in obtaining the marriage
• Criminal conviction and/or imprisonment
• Mental or physical abuse
• Drug or alcohol addiction
• Mental illness
If you're seeking a divorce lawyer it
would be a good question to ask which
gender they have represented
more times than not. This may seem to be
question but in reality all things are relevant and it could mean
difference in the outcome of your case.
The actual case of divorce is not about if a marriage is ending,
how the property and possessions will be divided and who gets custody
the children and or pets. Yes, pets can be a real divisional point of
Anytime a pre-settlement agreement can be reached prior to
litigation, it is highly recommended. Fighting out a divorce settlement
can become longer and more involved, with legal fees
accumulating as the case
progresses, before a decision is made.
Divorce Cases Are All
and for that reason alone, you need to seek the
team representation for your best
cases are generally the most
emotional legal matters a court hears.
There are a lot of issues that you need answers
order to ensure that you get to keep more
possessions and how custody will be
decided. Don't let
friends and family lead you
in an uneducated direction legally. You need to
leave the litigation procedures to the lawyers or
attorneys that you hire to protect your best
Divorce is a breaking apart or disbanding of
agreement. To undo what has been
legally joined is hard on all parties involved
despite what you may be led to believe.
Whatever issues that cannot be agreed upon
through negotiating will be resolved in court.
Allow your legal representation to present your
vested interests in best possible light.
What Determines Who
Gets What in a Divorce
This is a never ending
question that has it's truths and myths associated with it.
First of all there are no two divorce settlements that are exactly alike.
In saying that, don't try and compare your divorce case to match up with someone else's you may
Tennessee has laws in place that state that a married couple are
tenants in common and unless there is a pre-nuptial agreement signed and entered
into the courts prior to a marriage, you both own what the other spouse owns going
into a divorce battle.
Often times a smooth and civil divorce case will have both parties
resolving most possession issues agreed upon and avoiding costly litigation. While that
may be the case for some who enter into a divorce case, there are those who are
determined to get the last jabs in to their parting spouse. In those cases, be sure to have as
much documentation as possible and any witnesses that will back your claims that will
appear in court.
A judge does have latitudes of ruling in either parties behalf
and the manner in which you prepare for the divorce proceedings can and will make a huge
difference in how the gavel will fall.
It is highly
advisable to get all agreements in writing and entered into the
courts. A verbal agreement does not have any merit to the courts and will
not be honored by those unaware of side agreements.