Category Archives: Property Division
Is Tennessee A Community Property State?
Classifying and dividing marital property is one of the longest parts of the divorce process, and one reason some divorce cases can take months, or even years. Determining what property is yours, theirs, and jointly owned is rarely easy. Classifying marital property is extremely important, as it is only these assets that are divided… Read More »
Can You Keep The House In Divorce?
You love your home for many reasons. Maybe you built your dream kitchen, or perhaps it is in the same neighborhood as your children’s school. When you are facing divorce, though, you may be at risk of losing the family home that has come to mean so much to you. So, is it possible… Read More »
How Does Property Division Work In A Brentwood Divorce?
During any Brentwood divorce, the marital assets of the couple must be divided. Couples can agree on how property is to be distributed among each party but when this is not possible, the matter is left to the courts to decide. It is typically recommended that couples agree on how property is going to… Read More »