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Focus on your children when battling custody issues

Child custody issues are a huge factor for parents. In some cases, one parent is going to use the child custody matters against the other parent. This is a shame when it happens, but preparing yourself for the proceedings might help you to come up with a plan for handling the "worst case scenario."

There are a few things that might occur during the process of determining child custody orders.

The Top 4 Mistakes To Avoid During A Tennessee Child Custody Case

When parents in Tennessee get divorced, many wish to share custody of their children as part of a joint custody arrangement. When parents share custody, both might spend substantial amounts of time with their children and make joint decisions with the other parent about them. Although this is considered the ideal arrangement for many parents following divorce, some threaten their ability to gain custody of their children by making several common mistakes.

Mistakes To Avoid When Preparing A Prenuptial Agreement

For most people who are about to get married, signing a prenuptial agreement is a prudent step that can help them protect their assets in the event that their marriage comes to an end. As CNBC reports, 62 percent of matrimonial lawyers in a recent survey said they had seen a jump in the number of clients requesting a prenuptial agreement in the past three years. Prenuptial agreements allow couples to decide for themselves how their assets and debts will be divided in case of a divorce. However, to be enforceable a prenuptial agreement needs to be fully compliant with the law. Any of these following mistakes or problems could result in the agreement being voided by the court and a couple's property being divided in a way that one or both spouses may not consider to be in their best interests.

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