When a marriage is in the process of coming to an end, it is understandable when one of the spouses may not want the other spouse to remain in the house longer than necessary. However, many times neither spouse wishes to leave the home or simply cannot afford to leave and pay for a place…

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In mid-March, Tennessee lawmakers filed a bill amendment aimed to provide more assistance to children with long-term disability and complex medical needs who live with their families, and aren’t currently on TennCare. This could help thousands of children and families financially by creating an easier path to the services offered by Medicaid. Currently, there is…

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Parents who divorce too often focus on their own anger, anxiety, and frustration. Too often, they forget that while they can move on with their lives after a divorce, the lives of their kids can be turned completely upside down. Children of divorce can lose a sense of stability. They often feel pressured to choose…

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In many divorces, both spouses agree that the marriage is over. The divorce won’t be granted until there is an agreement or a court resolution of the related divorce issues such as property division, alimony, custody, and child support. But what can you do if only one half of the couple is ready to end…

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For many families, especially those with children, the holidays are a magical time of year. With the rush of visits to Santa, holiday parties, school vacation, and family get-togethers, life gets hectic and busy. However, when you’re going through a divorce, “normal” life gets disrupted and you may be dreading the traditional hustle and bustle.…

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For many couples, their dog, cat, bird, fish, or other pet takes on human qualities. Taking possession of the family pet can be just as important as keeping other valuable assets. For children, who are upset about their parents splitting up, keeping their furry friends can help make the post-divorce adjustments a lot easier, too.…

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Everyone goes into a marriage with the best of intentions: ‘til death do us part, and happily ever after. Most couples know that a strong and stable marriage takes work. However, some couples give it their all and the marriage has simply run its course for one reason or another—and it’s time to think about…

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Most people in America use social media platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, and others, for pleasure and business. These websites are a lot of fun when life is going well – but they came be used against you if you’re going through a divorce. Information and pictures that are posted on social…

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For kids, the summer always seems to go too fast. However, even though it’s still summertime, some of us already have back-to-school on our minds. If you went through or finalized a divorce over the summer, you may have some concerns or questions about your child returning to school this year. Even if you and…

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