Divorce Lawyer Murfreesboro TN
Tennessee Divorce and Child Custody Lawyer
Individuals can find themselves in a very emotional time when going through a divorce. In most cases, your divorce settlement will result in an adjustment period for you and your loved ones. It is important to have an attorney who understands that you are going through a challenging time, and who can help guide you through the legal process.
Uncontested Divorce: An uncontested divorce is defined as parties who are in agreement on their marital issues. Our Fees for uncontested divorces should be as follows: uncontested without children, uncontested with children - Contact our office at (615) 686-8491 for a consultation with a dedicated attorney who can answer your questions regarding your divorce.
At the Law Office of R. Timothy Hogan, we keep you informed and involved in your case. We want to help you ensure a positive future for yourself and your children. Our attorney focuses on providing you with personalized, tailored representation that supports your best interests.
When going through a divorce, there may be an overwhelming amount of questions running through your mind, including:
- When will I see my children?
- How will I manage financially?
- Will I have to leave my home?
- How do we split our property?
We will help you find the right answers to resolve your divorce questions. Our staff works with you to determine the best course of action for your particular case involving your contested or uncontested divorce, including:
- Spousal support / alimony / maintenance
- Child custody / visitation / parenting Time
- Property division
- Marital debt
In Tennessee, if you are filing for divorce and have children, you are required to attend an approved parenting class as a condition to your divorce decree. We believe that coming to a mutual custody agreement with your spouse, rather than a prolonged battle, is a benefit to your children and will reflect better upon your parenting. We encourage you to seek a negotiated custody and visitation arrangement. We offer experienced custody mediation services.
In the state of Tennessee, child support is based on an income shares model. In deciding amounts, many factors are taken into consideration:
- Responsibility for daycare expenses
- Physical custody
- Financial accountability for insurance costs
- Parental responsibility for child-related bills
We will help you to prepare the proper documentation and ensure that your child's best interests are represented.
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Contact us for answers to your divorce questions or to schedule a free initial consultation with our knowledgeable family law attorney.