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Understanding asset division during divorce

Not all Tennesseans go through trying times during a divorce, but those who have know the woes of dividing property and assets. On top of the whirlwind of paperwork, court procedures and other aspects of marital separation, many can hit obstacles when reaching this financial stage. Below are a few pointers on high asset divorce, as well as some of the hidden details. 

Can a family court decide whether your kid should play football?

While many people in Tennessee couldn't live without football, the sport is becoming more controversial. Studies of the brains of NFL players and other contact sportsmen have found that repeated concussions may cause a serious, lifelong brain injury called chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE. And, kids who play tackle football before age 12 could be especially at risk.

Focus on your children when you battle 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."

3 ways to protect your business from divorce

When you and your spouse got married, you probably thought your marriage would last forever. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. You might have to worry one day about how the two of you are going to divide your valuable marital assets, including your house in Nashville, vacation homes, cars and other assets. Furthermore, you will have to make decisions regarding what to do with your business.

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