Social media has become a blessing for people who want to maintain connections with friends and loved ones. Unfortunately, it has also become one of the leading causes of divorce in Nashville and throughout the U.S…
When a marriage comes to an end, emotions can often interfere with a spouse’s ability to seek out and understand all of the available options and solutions for resolving any conflict. Even when there is no conflict between separating spouses, it remains essential that each spouse make informed decisions concerning issues which still affect the entire family.
Not all divorces are resolved through nasty, drawn-out courtroom skirmishes waged by bitter spouses, eager to publicly humiliate a soon-to-be ex. Many divorcing couples agree to divorce without any disagreement over matters such as child custody, property division, and even alimony.
Nashville, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee Family Law, an established family and estate planning law practice representing clients in divorce, marital property division, alimony, child custody, child support, paternity, fathers’ rights and adoption proceedings, as well as wills, trusts and estate planning matters, has announced the launch of their new website, www.MiddleTennesseeFamilyLaw.com, giving men and women going through difficult family law, estate or probate matters access to reliable legal information to help them understand the nature of their claims and their legal rights.
When many Nashville, Brentwood and Franklin area residents find themselves making decisions concerning retirement and estate planning, the possibility of creating a trust is often one of the options presented to them. However, banks and financial planners—many of whom are located outside of Tennessee—tend to breathlessly hype trusts as “wonderful”, “simple” and “advantageous” as a means to tout their own services, rather than to educate potential clients about the financial decisions that they face.
Almost everyone puts off estate planning for as long as they can. It is an unpleasant subject to think about, and it is not something we ever think could happen to us unexpectedly. Death happens to us all, yet most Tennesseans never take the steps they need to make sure that their life’s work goes where they want.