Around 25% of mothers in Tennessee and across the country stay home from the workplace to raise their children as do 7% of fathers. This choice is widely praised socially. Over half of Americans surveyed say they think it is better when a mother can stay at home than go to work or even have a stay-at-home father. Being a stay-at-home mother often involves more than just providing childcare and education. As a result of the parent at home's time and availability, the parent in the workforce can work long hours, go on business trips and develop his or her career far more extensively than if they had to share parenting duties or rely on traditional paid childcare providers.
In Tennessee, many couples find it painful to even think about getting divorced. The entire procedure of filling out legal documents rivals the strong emotions and conflicting thoughts felt by both spouses. Feeling burdened with sleepless nights and grief, couples may benefit from working with an experienced family law attorney. Ex-spouses could still have more work to do even after the divorce decree has been signed by both parties.
When people in Tennessee go to the hospital, they often check carefully to make sure they are choosing a provider that is in-network for their insurance company. This should allow their healthcare treatment to be fully covered to the extent possible under their insurance. However, many people continue to face surprise medical bills that can be costly after a hospital stay. Almost one out of every seven patients receives a bill for an out-of-network service as part of an in-network hospital admission.