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How A Financial Advisor Can Assist You During A Divorce

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

It may come as no surprise that a divorce will greatly impact your finances. Studies have shown that men who divorce experience a 23 percent drop in their average income. For women, the impact is far greater, as the average income for this group drops by 41 percent after divorce. Fortunately, there are ways… Read More »

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What Should You Include In A Prenuptial Agreement?

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

Prenuptial agreements are legally binding contracts that are signed by two parties who plan to get married. Prenuptial agreements are drafted and signed prior to a couple’s wedding. The document goes into effect immediately after a couple is formally married. In most cases, prenuptial agreements outline the financial matters of a divorce, such as… Read More »

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Things To Know About Social Media While Going Through A Divorce

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

Social media plays a significant role in the daily lives of many people. The social media posts you publish when going through a divorce though, can significantly hurt your case. Below, one of our Franklin divorce attorneys explains the most important things you should know about using social media while ending your marriage. Consider… Read More »

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What Are The Benefits Of Establishing Paternity In Brentwood?

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

When married couples have children together in Brentwood, and throughout Tennessee, the law presumes that the husband is the biological father. In these instances, there is no reason to establish paternity either during the marriage or upon the dissolution of the marriage. The same is not true when unmarried couples have children together, though…. Read More »

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What Factors Are Considered During Child Custody Proceedings In Franklin?

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

If you are getting a divorce and one or more children are involved, negotiating child custody is one of the most important parts of the legal process. Creating a parenting plan that is mutually beneficial for each party is challenging, even when the two people getting the divorce are amicable with each other. The… Read More »

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What Can You Include In A Prenuptial Agreement?

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract that divides a couple’s assets and handles other legal matters that pertain to divorce. Prenuptial agreements are signed prior to a marriage and they go into effect the moment a couple is legally married. Drafting a prenuptial agreement requires much more than simply writing down the wishes… Read More »

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Six Tips For Creating Your Parenting Plan

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

If you are getting a divorce and have children with your spouse, creating a parenting plan is an important part of the process. Your parenting plan will essentially establish child custody and visitation schedules, and it will have a significant impact on how you co-parent with your spouse post-divorce. Below, one of our Brentwood… Read More »

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Navigating Child Custody During The Holidays

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

The holiday season is just around the corner. While Christmas and Thanksgiving are usually times to have fun with family and friends, they can be very difficult for some people. If you have recently gotten a divorce and have children with your former spouse, this is particularly true. You may be worried that you… Read More »

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Are Annulments Legal In Middle Tennessee?

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

In Middle Tennessee, there is more than one way you can end your marriage. Those who do not want to get a divorce and who qualify for an annulment can do so, but the road to obtaining an annulment is not easy. Below, our Middle Tennessee annulment attorney explains everything you need to know… Read More »

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What To Do If Your Child Refuses Visitation With The Other Parent

By Beal, Nations & Crutcher |

During any divorce that involves children, a parenting plan must be negotiated between the two parents or the parties will have to go to court and allow a judge to make the final decision. Regardless of how parenting time is decided, once a plan is in place, it is a court order and all… Read More »

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