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Divorce in Tennessee
The Tennessee divorce rate of 5.1 per 1000 is considered quite high when compared to the national average of 3.6. While divorce laws in Tennessee can be detailed they aren’t necessarily difficult to understand. Tennessee courts will grant a ‘no fault’ divorce if a couple agrees to irreconcilable differences or if they have been separated for two years or more with no minor children. A ‘fault’ divorce may be granted on the grounds of impotence, adultery, conviction and imprisonment for a felony, bigamy as well as a number of other grounds.
Horton, Ballard & Pemerton
Address: 735 Broad Street Suite 306 - Chattanooga, TN 37042 Phone: (423) 243-3783
If you are looking for a family law attorney that is dedicated to protecting you, your children and your family, look no further than the Law Office of Lauren Wilson Castles. Ms. Castles can guide you through each step of your family law dispute.
Address: 1616 Westgate Circle Suite 207 - Brentwood, TN 37027 Phone: 615-649-6753