Memphis Divorce Lawyer
15 tips to remember
What a divorce will be like1. A divorce can take a very long time.
2. A divorce will irreversibly alter your life.
3. There will be days when the divorce itself consumes your schedule.
4. Divorce can be stressful and chaotic.
5. Divorce will be confusing to both parties involved.
During a divorce1. Some lose sight of the long-term effects of their divorce.
2. You may go through traumatic moments.
3. You will sometimes be overcome with feelings of anger or sadness.
4. There is a chance of violence, verbal or physical abuse.
5. You will tend to develop a selective memory about your marriage.
How a divorce affects others1. Relationships with in-laws become very different than previously.
2. Your children are vulnerable during and after a divorce.
3. Children may feel like they have to choose between parents.
4. Your relationship with persons of certain religious views may become strained.
5. Your friends and acquaintances may also feel the need to take sides.
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Links to Divorce, Alimony, Custody and Asset Division information
Grounds for Divorce
Funding Family Law Actions.
Planning for Divorce.
After Divorce Name Change.
Divorce Protective Order.
Annulment instead of Divorce.
Divorce Parenting Plan.
Child abuse claims in Divorce.
Post Divorce Parenting Plan.
Social Media & Divorce.
Divorce Flow Chart
Divorce Info. Gathering
Divorce: leave your home?
Divorce Contempt Tennessee.
Asset Division during Divorce.
Mortgages during Divorce.
Divorce Statistics in the USA.
Child custody do's & don'ts.
15 Divorce tips
Tennessee DIY Divorce
Tennessee Divorce Mediation
Tennessee Child Custody Law
Tennessee Child Support Law
Tennessee Child Adoption Law
Hire an Experienced Memphis Divorce LawyerAt The Burdette Law Firm we are competent and caring lawyers when dealing with divorce, and will provide excellent legal divorce advice. We give our clients a great deal of information on divorce so they can have the proper understanding of divorce law to make important decisions. Getting divorced is an emotional process and we always strive to ease the stress during this difficult situation. A divorce is also a financial process. The valuations, incomes and sums involved in property division, alimony and support should be carefully reviewed by someone like a Certified Public Accountant to insure accuracy, and to protect you from any attempt to hide assets or income.
More informationIf you have questions and need our assistance in a divorce matter, please call us at (901)-756-7878 or use the contact form to the right.
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