The rate of divorce for American over the age of 50 has been steadily increasing over the past two decades. There are a number of factors that have been contributing to the rising number of these so-called "gray divorces."
Tennessee couples may be interested in a recent survey that sheds light on why some marriages ultimately fail. While the U.S. divorce rate is falling, it remains high. In many cases, multiple factors contribute to the ultimate demise of a marriage
Ideally, divorced parents in Tennessee would be able to raise their children without the need for judicial intervention. However, this is not always the case. When parents are in the midst of a custody or visitation dispute, it is important to keep the child's best interest in mind. A kid should feel safe and loved by the adults who are tasked with guiding the young person to adulthood.
January 1, 2019 ushered in a change in alimony tax rules that affected many Tennessee residents. These old alimony tax rules had been in force for more than seven decades.